Fox Shox 36 Float RC2 2010 Forks

5/5 (1 Reviews)


Product Description

The 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.


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Neal Fix a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: July 5, 2014

Strengths:    Problem free. Seals and oil change once a year. Great adjustments for whatever you want.

Weaknesses:    You get what you pay for, ie it is expensive

Bottom Line:   
Best six inch travel fork I have used. It is so much better that a Talus because it is so trouble free and so stiff it feels like racing skis compared to intermediate skis. The Talus just has to much play in it with all of its gizmos.

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Favorite Trail:   Any

Duration Product Used:   Four Year

Purchased At:   Bike Barn Penticton

Similar Products Used:   Talus 36, 666.

Bike Setup:   Remedy 9, RP23 shock

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07 Fox 36 Float 160 RC2 Oils

[URL="http://www.ridefox.com/fox_tech_center/owners_manuals/09/Eng/Content/Oil_Volumes.htm"]Oil Volumes[/URL] Close to the bottom is the oil levels for the 07 36 float RC2. Is it bad to use 10wt oil for the entire thing? I see just below it that there is the 2010 36 float rc2 and it uses only 10wt ... Read More »

Fox float 36 RC2 feels horrid....

[COLOR=#222222][FONT=Verdana]I recently won a pair of new fox float 36 RC2's 170mm on ebay, I know there is a bedding in period but I can’t see this issue getting any better. On DH sections at my local trail the forks seem to dive right down under braking, Iv set the LSC to max and the sag set to 20 ... Read More »

FB conversion: Will a 27.5 wheel fit on a FOX 36 170mm Float RC2 FIT Kashima?

I know that certain 26" Rockshock forks will take a 27.5 wheel. Has anyone tried it with the FOX 36 170mm Float RC2 FIT Kashima? If it works, that will save me a boat load of money. ThanksRead More »

Fox Float 36 RC2 (non-FIT) 2009ish problemos

Have a 2008-2009ish Float 36 RC2 (grey with grey/blue decals) Felt comfortable servicing the fork and installing an aftermarket dustwiper kit, and all new oil (enduro fork seals/ Fox 10wt green). -The person working on the fork before me managed to strip the set screw in the the low speed compres ... Read More »

Fox 36 Float RC2 or Fox Float RLC 150 for a Jekyll Carbon 2?

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 »

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