- Salsa CroMoto Rigid Forks
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Salsa CroMoto Rigid Forks
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|Black||Option 1 - 1" 1 / 8|
|Green||Option 1 - 1" 1 / 8|
|Tang Orange||1" 1 / 8|
|Black||Option 2 - 1" 1 / 8|
Retrogrouches rejoice! The Salsa CroMoto Fork is the perfect complement to your Ala Carte main course.
Top Features of the Salsa CroMoto Rigid Forks
- 100% CroMoly fork with 1 1/8" CroMoly steerer
- Suspension corrected for 85mm travel geometry
- ISO disc tabs and removable canti studs
- Option 1 - A to C 425mm Black - Disc and Canti Mts. or Green - Disc only, weight: 1130
- Option 2 - A to C 445mm Black - Disc only, weight: 1045
|Axle to Crown (mm):||445|
|Front Axle Type:||9mm QR|
|Wheel Size:||26" (559)|
|Dropout Size:||9mm QR|
Crafted of steel, the CroMoto puts your wheel where you want it to go. Rigid but not abusive, it tracks straight and true. It features removable cantilever bosses and an ISO disc brake mount.
About the Salsa brand
Ah, the little things in life that make it oh-so grande! Ice cream in pints, sunny winter days, new shoes, freshly zamboni'd ice, a crisp apple, clean sheets straight from the dryer, a cold beer on a hot day, a new trail, peace and quiet, remote control cars, making your child giggle, a glass of wine with a nice dinner...the list goes on. We can't promise you that our bell or waterbottle cage will get you up or down the hill any faster, but we can say that they are stylin', fun, and just plain tasty. They are some of the little things in life.
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Would option 2 be OK or would another fork be better ??
The rubber boot on this measures approx 105mm so I take it that this is the length of travel.
You need to learn how to take an axle to crown measurement and then allow a little bit for sag once you sit on the bike. I'm 90kgs and create maybe 22mm of sag.
Buy wrong size forks and you'll get either pedal strike or you'll change your riding position to a more upright ride with a slacker headtube angle.
Do some research or get a consistent measurement of fork to crown measurement and find out about sag.
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