RockShox Argyle RCT 2011 Forks

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $703.00


Product Description

  • Travel: 100mm
  • Wheel Size: 26"
  • Axle Type: Maxle Lite 20mm
  • Spring Type: Solo Air


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:3
Submitted by Edwin a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: December 1, 2012

Strengths:    Stiff and light fork, sub 5 lb., Mission control works great, Seals have held for almost a year, did I mention light, adjustable travel (internal) from 100 to 140.

Weaknesses:    703? Really? Cap on mission control falls off easily

Bottom Line:   
I bought this fork when it first came out and I payed 450. I love it so much on my dirt jumper, I wanted another for my cross country bike. Sadly, I won't be buying another at the new price. Especially because nothing has changed from 2011 to the newly released models.

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Favorite Trail:   Watchman

Duration Product Used:   1 year

Price Paid:    $450.00

Purchased At:   LBS

Similar Products Used:   2009 Magura Thor, 2008 Dirt Jumper II, Fox Vanilla 2008, 2011 Lyric

Bike Setup:   MSC Lunatika: Spank Wheels, Race Face Cranks, 1/2 Link Chain 32-14, Easton Havoc Stem, Answer Risers, Elixer Rear
Argyle RCT

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Argyle RCT for an all mtn hardtail?

Ive been slowly building up my hardtail, and holding off with purchasing a fork cause i keep changing my mind. looking for something in the 130-160 range. realistically i think 160 might be too much, i keep hearing that 160 on a hardtail makes the handling start to go to crap. So ive been seriou ... Read More »

Argyle RCT solo air (100mm) settings

Anyone have experience dialing in this fork? I weigh 190 and I ride DJ/Street. I haven't found much info and the rock shox site is very basic.Read More »

Argyle RCT solo air 100mm settings

Anyone have experience with the Argyle RCT solo air (100mm)? I'm looking for some fine tuning/setting suggestions. I weigh 190 and prefer a stiffer fork, also anyone lowered to 80mm on this fork?Read More »

2011 argyle rct

I have been looking into the 2011 Argyle RCT, they list two different travel forks 80/100mm and the 140mm. Does anyone know if you can reduce the travel by adding spacers to the 140mm fork. I assume you can but maybe I'm wrong. I want to use this fork on my suburban and prefer the red which is the 1 ... Read More »

2011 argyle rct

I have been looking into the 2011 Argyle RCT, they list two different travel forks 80/100mm and the 140mm. Does anyone know if you can reduce the travel by adding spacers to the 140mm fork. I assume you can but maybe I'm wrong. I want to use this fork on my dj and prefer the red which is the 140mm v ... Read More »

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