RXF 36 29/27.5+ Boost 150mm Integrated Race- Scratch and Dent
RXF 36 29/27.5+ Boost 150mm Integrated Race- Scratch and Dent RXF 36 29/27.5+ Boost 150mm Integrated Race- Scratch and Dent RXF 36 29/27.5+ Boost 150mm Integrated Race- Scratch and Dent RXF 36 29/27.5+ Boost 150mm Integrated Race- Scratch and Dent RXF 36 29/27.5+ Boost 150mm Integrated Race- Scratch and Dent

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RXF 36 29/27.5+ Boost 150mm Integrated Race- Scratch and Dent

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2040 grams
$1,250.00 $625.00

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This item has one or more cosmetic blemishes, and therefore is discounted. The images on this product page show the actual item, as well as blemish(es). The item is 100% safe to use - the blemish is purely cosmetic, with no damage that will compromise the integrity of the component.

The steer tube on this fork has been cut to 180mm.

Well known in the motorsports world for producing top-tier dampers, Ohlins is still relatively unknown in the mountain bike world. They partnered with Cane Creek back in the days of the original Double Barrel, which you may recall was sporting Ohlins "Twin Tube" technology. This was one of the first rear shocks with fully separate tunable high/low speed compression and high/low speed rebound. More recently, Ohlins partnered with Specialized to produce suspension specifically for their bikes. Naturally, as mountain bikers caught on, they demanded suspension for other brands other than Specialized. While Ohlins is approaching the mountain bike market fairly tentatively, they do have a few standout suspension products available to the masses. One of those products is the RXF 36 fork, an aggressive mountain bike fork with it's sights set squarely on the likes of the Fox 36 and Rock Shox Lyrik. 

Building on the success of it's little brother, the RXF 34, the RXF 36 uses similar nomenclature to what we've seen from other suspension brands. While the 34 is sporting 34mm stanchions, the 36 bumps it up to 36mm stanchions, along with a wider overall stance to support Boost hubs. The RXF 36 is available in a wide range of travel options, including 140mm, 150mm, 160mm, and 170mm. Unlike offerings from Rock Shox and Fox, the travel on the RXF 36 cannot be internally adjusted with travel spacers, so you'll want to make sure to get the proper option for your bike. The fork features a twin tube design, enabling parallel and separated oil flow to ensure optimal pressure at all times. There are three air chambers, two positive and one negative. The two positive chambers allow you to fine-tune your compression curve without needing to add internal bottom-out spacers. The negative air chamber is internal and self-balancing. Controlling the pressure levels ensures initial smoothness and staying high in travel with maintained bump absorption, traction and stability. Low and high speed compression are externally adjustable, as well as low speed rebound.

Given the tune-ability of the RXF 36, and it's tendency to ride high in the travel while climbing, Ohlins did not see the need to add a lockout feature to this fork. If you find it to be too squishy for your liking on the climbs, you can quickly increase your low speed compression, which will provide a stiffer platform for climbing. 

In the box

  • RXF 36 29/27.5+ Boost 150mm Integrated Race- Scratch and Dent

Specs

Travel: 150mm
Wheel Size: 29"
Spring: Air
Disc Mount: Post Mount 160mm
Travel Adjust: Internally Adjustable (requires additional parts)
Axle Configuraton: 15x110mm Boost
Min. Rotor Size: 160mm
Max. Rotor Size: 203mm
Crown Material: Aluminum
Lowers Material: Magnesium
Stanchion Material: Aluminum
Steertube Diameter: 1.125" - 1.5" Tapered
Crown Offset: 51mm
Intended Use: AM/Enduro

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