Product DescriptionThese 10 inch travel coil spring forks are controlled by an oil bath recirculating cartridge system based on today's most advanced motorcycle suspensions. Each have individual compression and rebound clickers, with a range of over twenty clicks to give you the optimum in tunability. A wide range of spring rates are available to suit rider weights. At the end of travel an oil lock chamber is used to resist bottoming. The compression and rebound valving is customized for each rider's ability, making the MTN-10's the most advanced forks available for downhill racers.
The MTN-10 forks feature 43 mm lower sliders and 2 inch diameter upper stanchions. Each are CNC machined out of 6061-T6 hard coat anodized aluminum. The fork legs are guided by low friction teflon coated bushings which keep stiction to a minimum while maintaining the necessary control for the most demanding riders. The seals are high quality spring loaded triple-lip type with a separate dust seal. This provides you with the longest life seals and bushings available, period! And the 10 inches of fork travel will allow you to soak up the most demanding terrain, producing a superior ride as compared to your competitors with their 6-7 inch travel forks.
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