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    Best deal on Fox Float 120mm 26" fork?

    Either they are in high demand or the demand is so low that there aren't many left and what's left is pricey.

    I'm looking for a basic Fox Float 120mm 26" fork. I just want the basics...oh, and I want it white. I don't see much out there for less than $650. Given that everyone is switching to 29 or 650b, I was hoping I could find some closeouts in the $500 range.

    Hoping for a tapered head tube and 15QR as well.

    Any ideas?
    Last edited by KevinGT; 01-31-2013 at 06:44 AM.
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    I just bought last one from Speedgoat for $587.
    It was on "closeout" and was a white 2013 Float 120 CDT.

    There is new black one ebay right now.

    Everyone thinks bigger is better. I road a 140 up a step hill and hated it. The wheel always wanted to come off the ground. In my eyes, you have to go up in order to go down. Well that's how i do it in NC.

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    Watch on Chainlove for this deal to pop up again: Fox Racing Shox 32 Float 120 RL for $314.99.

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    fox float 140 RL for $299, not sure if you can lower it to 120 tho:

    Fox Fork 32 Float 140 RL Open Bath 2011 at Price Point
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    Best deal on Fox Float 120mm 26" fork?

    Up on chain love right now 299. 14 min left.

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    I just picked this Fox Float 32 140mm from Pricepoint last week. It is awsome! They neglected to say in the description that it is a take off (unless I am dumb and supposed to know this when it says the steer tube is pre cut to 7"). Showed up with a couple of marks on it I guess from sitting around or being removed. Anyway called and complained and they took another $80 off. So net/net I picked up this $600 fork for $220. Can't wait to get it mounted. I would like to purchase a new headset first tho...

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