RockShox Domain RC Dual Crown 2012 Forks

4.67/5 (3 Reviews)
MSRP : $695.00

Product Description

  • Travel: 200mm
  • Damping: Motion Control IS
  • Springs: Coil
  • Steerer: Aluminium 1 1/8"
  • Upper Tubes: 35mm

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by James O'Reilly

Date Reviewed: April 6, 2015

Strengths:    Extremely durable, low stiction, stiff, extreme small bump sensitivity

Weaknesses:    Heavy, small range of adjustability, too much ramp up towards end of travel

Bottom Line:   
The Dual Crown Domain RC is a great fork for beginner to intermediate freeride riders. It is a great value fork that can hang it with the best of them, but the small range of adjustability does not allow a lighter rider to get the best out of the fork.
My fork does not like big hits, and sometimes makes noises as the stancion compresses through the travel. It has a stiff chassis that allows it corner nicely.

Would definitely recommend this fork to any novice park rider.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Logan Cripe

Date Reviewed: January 21, 2015

Strengths:    The fork is super strong, great for biginer and intermediate dh and free ride racers and riders.

Weaknesses:    Not to many weaknesses, she's kinda heavy, but its build for biginer and intermediate riders so it needs to, so it can take a beating from the riders miscalculations.

Bottom Line:   
Great fork highly suggest it for biginer and intermediate rider or riders that want a durible fork that's going to take a beating.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by munit a Downhiller

Date Reviewed: August 21, 2013

Strengths:    rebound

Weaknesses:    none

Bottom Line:   
the coating on the 35mm tubes is very durable, compared to the boxxers, these resist nicks. they weigh a bit more, about the same as a 888, but they are worth it at the lower cost. people think these forks are bad just because of the "weight" and because they are not fox 40s or a boxxer. i have rode my friends bike with them mounted. these were stiff and road great. the reason more people do not have these is besides me. these have 4130 chromoly tubes compared to boxxer's 7000 series aluminum. these forks are low maintenance and very strong, great for the downhill or freeride person. you can get a used one for around 400 fairly easy or get a new take off for a little more than 500.
weight of
boxxer rc: 2882g
domain rc: 3445g

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I found some info on this fork and Tyler Morland says: "its for the park rider or someone who crashes a lot and wants a durable, smooth dual crown fork". it is basicly a BoXXer mixed with a domain. i8 inches of travel and sould release in augest.the web site said it SHOULD be 660 us dollars. i forge ... Read More »

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