Product DescriptionThe 36 FLOAT is a fork so lightweight and versatile it feels just at home in the air as on the ground. Tipping the scales at less than 5 pounds, this 6 inch travel winner is the lightest, most versatile All-Mountain fork around. Our RC2 damper with FIT cartridge give the 36 FLOAT outstanding mid and high speed damping and an ultra-wide rebound range. Reduced friction throughout the entire fork maximizes bump sensitivity and front-end confidence. The 20QR tool-free thru axle system increases fork stiffness and front-end precision as well as ensuring quick, hassle-free wheel changes.
There have been no reviews posted yet for this product. Be the first by clicking Submit a Review
Related 36 Float RC2 Forum Posts
I am now the proud owner of a 2012 Jekyll 2 Carbon. Being the owner of Claymore 3 as well I disliked the Talas 36 R fork and had it upgraded to a Float 36 RC2. I spoke to Fox and they can actually build me a Fox 36 RC2 in 160mm length with a 1.5 steerer. Should I simply upgrade my Talas 150 ... Read More »
Hey y'all WA shredders. I'm looking to part ways with my Nomad. She's been an awesome bike and well cared for. I went 29er and well, let's say I'm guzzlin' the kool aid and just don't see the Nomad getting much trail time. Anyway... I'd do a local sale for $1800. And I can scale the price down ... Read More »
[url=http://classifieds.mtbr.com/showproduct.php?product=83078&title=2010-santa-cruz-nomad-mk2-w-rp23-elka-coil-float-36-rc2&cat=3]2010 Santa Cruz Nomad Mk2 w/ RP23, Elka Coil, Float 36 RC2 - Buy and Sell and Review Mountain Bikes and Accessories[/url] Just in case anybody is looking I'm parting ... Read More »
I am having trouble with the new 2013 - 36 Float Rc2 fork bottoming out too easy. I weight 205lbs kitted up for riding and am running 65-70 psi to achieve the 25% recommended sag. I have the high speed compression wound all the way in and 17 clicks in on low speed. Not hitting anything huge but stil ... Read More »