It's listed on Sram's site. http://www.sram.com/en/rockshox/boomn said:Dart 3 29er is not sold retail...
X2 and Dart only takes max 6" (160mm) brake rotor. ...and better than some, but not a cushy riding fork....boomn said:...but thats not a bad thing since you are better off with pretty much any other 29er suspension fork you can find. A good condition used Reba can be had at a good price and is actually worth your money. Tora are also good, just heavier than the Reba...
Correct.BOAB said:I believe the Peace frame is set for an 80mm fork.
Stop! You had me at 4.99 lb.Dart3
Travel 80/100/120mm or 80/100 (29")
Travel Adjust N/A
Weight* 2223g (4.90lbs) / 2263 g (4.99 lb) (29")
Spring Adjust Preload
Damping TurnKey lockout
Damping Adjust External rebound and TurnKey lockout
Lowers Magnesium, post disc mount
Lowers Options Disc specific, Boss or disc specific
Crown Forged, 6061 T-6 aluminum 46mm offset / Forged, 6061 T-6 aluminum (29")
Steerer Tube STKM steel 1 1/8
Upper Tubes 28mm, 4130 steel, chrome
Standard Colors Black, Diffusion Black, Diffusion Silver
Options Aluminum steerer, remote. Optional spring rates: Light, Firm, Extra Firm / XL STKM steel steerer (29")
Suggested Rear Shox Bar
Upgrade Over Dart 2: TurnKey lockout, external rebound
Max. Recommended Rotor Size 160mm
Notes *Weight based on full length standard steerer / Weight based on 265mm standard steel steerer, 46mm offset (29")
Thats how much my Tora 29er weighs as well, but I still think it is a great fork and you will find many others here that share this opinion.BruceBrown said:Stop! You had me at 4.99 lb.