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RockShox Vivid/Kage Coil Spring (240 x 76mm)
$36.00
To tailor rear suspension behavior to your liking, start with the spring. RockShox's Vivid/Kage Coil Spring is made of steel and includes the retainer.
RockShox Vivid R2C Shock
$459.00
The legendary Vivid is like a “Trail Whisperer.” Even in the most impossible situations, RockShox's most rugged coil shock always knows just the right way to get it done. Any trail, any time. Nothing shakes the Vivid’s confidence. From downhill racing to extreme freeride, the Vivid combines extreme durability with the precise adjustments that matter when you’re going big. Laser-etched controls let you dial in beginning and ending-stroke rebound as well as low-speed compression, making this shock fly through rock gardens as smoothly as it absorbs a sudden drop in altitude. - WEIGHT: 468g - DAMPING: External beginning stroke rebound, ending stroke rebound, low speed compression - CONFIGURATIONS: 200x57mm, 216x63mm, 222x70mm, 240x76mm, 267x89mm - SPRING: Steel coil - SPRING ADJUST: Preload - SHAFT MATERIAL: 7075 aluminum - BODY MATERIAL: Forged aluminum - BODY FINISH: Hard anodized - OTHER: *Weight based on 222x70, no coil, no hardware
Fox Racing Shox DHX2 Factory 2-Position Metric Trunnion Rear Shock
$639.00
World Cup Proven - X2 2-position Open/Firm lever retains high and low speed compression adjustment - High- and low-speed compression and high- and low-speed rebound adjustment - Advanced RVS damping system provides more tunability - High oil flow improves damping control and consistency X2 ARCHITECTURE Less friction, more flow Fueled by years of RAD development, X2 hits the sweet spot with its a linear damping profile, revised oil flow, and redesigned seals on DHX2 and FLOAT X2 shocks. The wide adjustment range gives riders the support and grip that the trail demands, as well as a more plush and open feel in the initial travel. RVS Rod Valve System The Rod Valve System (RVS) provides a more seamless damping transition when absorbing small to large impacts, resulting in faster system response, more control, and less harshness.
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