Fox Racing Shox 36 Talas 160 R 2011 Forks

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $894.95


Product Description

Fox 36 Talas 160 R: For 2011, we're introducing ultra-lightweight to the long travel All-mountain class. As with all 36 models, the super-stiff chassis matched with our 20QR thru axle system give riders the maximum steering precision and...


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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Ilion a Cross Country Rider from Jackson, Wyoming, USA

Date Reviewed: October 1, 2010

Strengths:    Stiff, plush, talas, simple!

Weaknesses:    Price..no Kashima on R models!

Bottom Line:   
As of right now I only have one ride on this fork, but that ride has compelled me to write this review based on the immediate improvements to my bike! I finished my rebuild of my RM Slayer with this fork and can't beleive the steering precision that I have gained. This fork holds so much control in tight singletrack and taking off of jumps! The talas feature works flawlessly and lets you run a more slack head angle while fully open. I personally love the simplicity of an open bath and I feel that Fox has set this one perfectly for AM. Do I even need to mention how cool and burly this fork looks? The answer is yes! This Slayer can finally ride to its potetial.

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Favorite Trail:   Jackson Hole in Moab UT

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $875.00

Purchased At:   Blue Sky Cycling

Similar Products Used:   2007 Bomber AM 3, Fox Float, Rock Shox Reba

Bike Setup:   07 Rocky Mountain Slayer 30 with Fox Talas 36 R 160, Easton AM Havocs, Maxxis Minion DHF 2.5 Exos, Formula RXs....

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