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    Blur TRc - fox fork travel change question.

    Anyone know whether the 'custom' 130mm Fox 32 CTD fork specced on the TRc can be changed to 140 by simply removing spacers, or is there more required? Presumably its a standard 140mm fork chassis reduced to 130mm. The SC FAQ's say forks can be "extended to 140mm by changing the air spring" - although normally with fox forks all that is required is spacers. Does 'change' in this case mean a new air spring or just change the spacers?
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    It has a 10mm Spacer in the air chamber side. Takes about 20 min to remove with basic tool

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    So does this means that it is originally a 140mm fork?

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    Fox don't make a 130 as standard - so presumably they are 140mm custom modified to 130mm for Santa Cruz.
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    Thanks for the clarification... just need to clarify this to justify if i need to buy a new fork or not... in this case u saved me some $$$

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