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    Fox Factory 34

    Bike Bling has 2018 Fox Factory 34 forks for $703. Also the Performance line for around $500.

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    You consider $591 to be "around $500" ??

    A more accurate post would note that Bikebling has a lot of 2018 Fox forks for 20% off msrp.

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    Pardon me for not remembering the exact price, since I wasn't really looking at the Performance line. Just put it out there in case some people might be.

    Do you consider 20% off the be a decent deal? Then quit whining.

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    I'm not whining. I'm trying to save other people from spending 10 minutes trying in vain to find a $500 Fox 34.

    20% is a reasonable deal, fairly typical for Fox models when they transition model years, and worthwhile to share that w/ others here. I'm just correcting the inaccurate example of a 32% discount.

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    I'll wait utill forks go down to around $400 like what they should be.
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    I think bike bling has them for around $400 ($591)
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    Quote Originally Posted by sfgiantsfan View Post
    I think bike bling has them for around $400 ($591)
    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfgiantsfan View Post
    I think bike bling has them for around $400 ($591)
    Common Core math strikes again!

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    Stupid thing is these forks cost <$150 to make, but they go from factory to distributor to dealer to you.

    I caught a few Fox Factory 27.5er Float 32 forks on Jenson USA for $299.99 (less than $300) last year at closeout but there's nothing to be seen of those decent prices this year. What's up?

    People even would buy a bunch of forks from Jenson and were selling them below $400 on eBay all winter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sissypants View Post
    I caught a few Fox Factory 27.5er Float 32 forks on Jenson USA for $299.99 (less than $300) last year at closeout but there's nothing to be seen of those decent prices this year. What's up?
    Pickings are thin right now, but there were great opportunities earlier in the year. Fork deal of the year was probably the $200 price on a 2017 Fox 34 Rhythm Grip 130mm 29 Boost from bike-components.de back in early spring. I still see those selling on eBay and Pinkbike for $400-ish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InertiaMan View Post
    Fork deal of the year was probably the $200 price on a 2017 Fox 34 Rhythm Grip 130mm 29 Boost from bike-components.de back in early spring.
    DANG! I wish I know about this, that is a heck of a deal. If you have a friend who is sponsored by Fox you can try to snag a deal too, but I think they usually have limited amounts they can order

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    Quote Originally Posted by sissypants View Post
    Stupid thing is these forks cost <$150 to make, but they go from factory to distributor to dealer to you.
    Yeah, so stupid. Those stupid human economic behaviors. The way people act is so stupid. How silly they would pay $1000 for a fork. If only the world was run according to your plan, everything would be much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eastsideride View Post
    DANG! I wish I know about this, that is a heck of a deal. If you have a friend who is sponsored by Fox you can try to snag a deal too, but I think they usually have limited amounts they can order
    Got one of those $220 FOX34's for myself and one for my brother in law. So much better than the 7 year old Marzocchi 44 micro Ti I had rebuilt multiple times. Just wish it was 150mm and had the new offset.
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    Finding a deal on 27.5 forks is easier than 29ers for some reason.
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    Walmart has 27.5 Rebas cheap. They have 5 take off forks left for $190 SHIPPED and new ones for $229. Not a fox 34 but still a decent fork.

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