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Elisha Osipov
Elisha Osipov

Back Fork (2019)

WARNING: FOX bicycle suspension products are designed only for bicycle applications as recommended by FOX. DO NOT use the FOX 40 fork on any throttle-equipped motorized vehicle. Misuse or incorrect application of FOX suspension products may void the warranty and further may result in suspension failure, which could result in property damage, SERIOUS BODILY INJURY OR DEATH.

Back Fork (2019)

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Use your air pressure to find your rebound setting. Turn your rebound knob to the closed position (full clockwise) until it stops. Then back it out (counter-clockwise) to the number of clicks shown in the table below.

Top out is felt when a fork fully extends too quickly and comes to an abrupt stop when it reaches full extension (you will hear/feel a small noise). Top out should be avoided through proper rebound setting.

Adjusting your high and low speed compression setting controls how the fork feels as it's compressed through its travel under various types of hits. Use your high and low speed compression adjusters to tune the fork to meet your riding style and terrain.

Adjusting your low-speed compression setting controls how the fork feels as it's compressed through its travel under various types of hits. Use your low speed compression adjusters to tune the fork to meet your riding style and terrain.

WARNING: Modification, improper service, or use of aftermarket replacement parts with FOX forks and shocks may cause the product to malfunction, resulting in SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. DO NOT modify any part of a fork or shock, including the fork brace (lower leg cross brace), crown, steerer, upper and lower leg tubes, or internal parts, except as instructed herein. Any unauthorized modification may void the warranty, and may cause failure or the fork or shock, resulting in SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.

The Air Release Button at the rear of each fork leg allows the rider to equilize the air pressure between the inside of the fork lower leg and the atmosphere. This can be especially helpful at higher altitudes where the internal/external pressure differential can be its greatest.

The 2015-2019 36 FLOAT uses 180mm Post Mounts that allow you to bolt your caliper directly to the fork and utilize a 180mm rotor. This post mount eliminates the need for a caliper adaptor when using the most common 180mm rotor size for forks with these amounts of travel, which saves overall system weight.

Some 2015-2019 36 forks use a true floating axle. Follow the installation instructions in the video below to properly install your front wheel and enjoy the friction reducing benefits of the floating axle.

Depending on variables such as riding style, terrain, bike geometry, etc, you may find that you can only achieve proper sag and ride performance with up to 10psi over or under the recommended value in the suggested starting pressure chart below. Feel free to experiment with fork air pressures using the information below as a guide.

Setting sag is desired and necessary for proper fork performance during general XC/Trail/AM riding. The 831 fork is not intended for general XC/Trail riding use, but for four cross racing, slalom, slope-style, or dirt jumping. Therefore, the air pressure is generally not set by obtaining proper sag, but is intended to be set for proper riding feel and bottom out control.

*OPEN Mode Adjust: Open mode adjust is useful to control fork performance under rider weight shifts, G-outs, and slow inputs. OPEN mode adjust provides 22 additional fine tuning adjustments for the OPEN mode. Setting 22 will have a more plush feel and setting 1 will have a firmer feel.

3-Position Micro Adjust: The 3-position lever is useful to make on-the-fly adjustments to control fork performance under significant changes in terrain, and is intended to be adjusted throughout the ride. Turning the lever to the full counter-clockwise position sets the fork in the Open mode. Turning the lever to the middle detent position sets the fork in the Medium mode. Turning the lever to the full clockwise position sets the fork in Firm mode. The positions between the Open, Medium, and Firm modes can be utilized to fine tune your compression damping.

The 2-position remote is designed to be used in place of a front shifter, under the handlebar on the rider's left side. The 2-position remote can be used with 2 cables to control both the front fork and rear shock simultaneously.

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A24. When you receive cryptocurrency from an airdrop following a hard fork, you will have ordinary income equal to the fair market value of the new cryptocurrency when it is received, which is when the transaction is recorded on the distributed ledger, provided you have dominion and control over the cryptocurrency so that you can transfer, sell, exchange, or otherwise dispose of the cryptocurrency.

A25. If you receive cryptocurrency from an airdrop following a hard fork, your basis in that cryptocurrency is equal to the amount you included in income on your Federal income tax return. The amount included in income is the fair market value of the cryptocurrency when you received it. You have received the cryptocurrency when you can transfer, sell, exchange, or otherwise dispose of it, which is generally the date and time the airdrop is recorded on the distributed ledger. See Rev. Rul. 2019-24PDF. For more information on basis, see Publication 551, Basis of Assets.

A30. No. A soft fork occurs when a distributed ledger undergoes a protocol change that does not result in a diversion of the ledger and thus does not result in the creation of a new cryptocurrency. Because soft forks do not result in you receiving new cryptocurrency, you will be in the same position you were in prior to the soft fork, meaning that the soft fork will not result in any income to you.

In 2019, RockShox introduced the new Debonair spring to its 35mm forks. The Debonair offers reduced friction as well as greater negative air volume to soften the beginning stroke and provide a more linear build-up of spring force throughout the travel.

I prefer the 160mm-travel Lyrik with one or both spacers removed, along with significantly more pressure than RockShox recommends. Weighing 86kg, I ended up with 110psi in the spring, while the chart on the fork suggests 85 to 95psi.

There are five high-speed compression settings, where the middle setting matches the feel of the RCT3 damper. I preferred the two most open settings, and this option goes some way to explaining the increase in comfort over the older RCT3 fork.

I have since ridden the MY2020 RockShox Lyrik Ultimate, which has reduced friction and offers the option to go lighter still on high-speed compression than the MY2019 fork, thereby helping it to use more travel on big hits and provide an even more comfortable ride.

This leads to a 120mm fork that is as stiff as the 34 140mm fork but has the weight saving of 0.23kg. So as far as modern XC forks go, this is one serious piece of kit, where there is very little compromise other than the price, which at 1,119.00 will help you go even faster as your wallet will be that much lighter!

Options of travel are fairly limited, you can have any travel as long as it's 120mm. It's boost only and comes in Factory or Performance models. Inside is an Evol Air Spring and the damping is delivered by the Fit 4 Cartridge. Adjustments are available to low-speed rebound and the Fit 4 allows for a 3 position adjustment of compression from firm to medium to open. There is also an open mode adjustment of low-speed compression. Inside the air spring, tokens can be used to fine-tune the air volume as with other Fox forks.

Initial dialling-in is simple with the printed pressures and damping set up on the fork lower for easy reference. I find the air pressures to be about right on these but the damping suggestions a little 'over-damped'. At my pressure, the suggestion is for nearly fully closed on rebound and compression, but quickly I dialled these back to get a faster and more active front end. Ultimately this is down to rider, style and preferences but with plenty of adjustability, there is n excuse not to get a good base setting.

Once hitting the dirt properly it's clear that the 34 StepCast is no ordinary fork. This is a fork that adds a helping of Enduro to your XC or trail bike as the stiffness is ridiculous for the weight of this thing. The confidence it gives the front end of a bike is incredible and allows for a charging approach to anything in your path. I became unstuck numerous times as my 100mm rear end and 160mm rotors couldn't keep up with the speeds on offer. If you swapped from a more traditional 100mm, 32mm stanchion equipped XC fork to the Step-Cast 34 the change would be transformative. 041b061a72


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