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Product description

Name: Air fork for Mountain bike suspension

Material: aluminum alloy shoulder cover, MG magnesium alloy wall tube

Specifications: 26/27.5/29 inch

Type: barrel shaft

Vertical tube shape: Conical tube

Vertical pipe diameter: 39.8mm

Fork width : 100mm

Disc brake specifications: 160-185mm

Inner tube length stroke: 140mm (inner tube outer diameter: 30mm)

Suspension lock method: Shoulder control/Remote control

Brake seat: A-pillar, supports 160mm to 185mm disc

Weight:
26 inch / 1750g ± 10g
27.5 inch / 1780g ± 10g
29 inch / 1820 ± 10g

Features:
1. Air pressure system: According to the rider's weight and riding conditions, adjust to a comfortable air pressure value, which can achieve a better experience
2. Shoulder control switch: According to different road conditions, choose to open or close the suspension adjustment

Independent fork bridge design:
1. Make the front fork outer tube angle more stable and stronger
2. Effectively prevent the tube from riding and being polluted by dust

Package Included:
1 × MTB Front Suspension Forks

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