- Fox 32 140 CTD or Rock Shox Revelation World Cup
I prefer Rs forks as you can usually get rebound and compression adjust for a very reasonable price. the extra adjust-ability allows you to set the fork up to suit your needs. The Rev structure is also much stiffer than the float structure.
I find Fox forks dive too much for me unless they have compression adjust. And after market fox forks seem to cost an arm and leg.
I wouldn’t mind a RLC fork if it came as part of a whole bike but I’m not buying one after market.Posted 7 years agomatt23Member
Hi there I have a blur TRc fitted with the fox talas 140mm 15mm qr 2012 version so no ctd but I have the lockouts and the forks are awesome…….on full travel keep me blasting round Cwmcarn and Afan Argoed and with them in 110 setting for slight climbing or flowing singletrack they workin perfect unison with the rp23 on the blur. I have a set of revs and they are great but simply I love the fox and would and WILL recommend Fox for you sir!Posted 7 years agohonourablegeorgeMember
Yetiman – Member
My 140mm 34 Float CTD’s are ace. Very supple from the off, nice and stiff and the damping is top notch. Despite my preference for fit and forget forks I’ve actually found myself using the CTD adjuster on quite a few occassions…..it works well.
Do 140mm 34s exist? I thought they were 29er only?Posted 7 years ago
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