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FOX Racing Shox Float Volume Spacer
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Item # FRS006D

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Item # FRS006D

Description

Big hits ahead.

Before you pack up the car and head to Moab, firm up your ride in anticipation of the big hits and steep drops you're about to rally all over with the FOX Racing Shox Float Volume Spacer. This innocuous plastic bit proves that good things come in small packages. By taking up space in your fork, a spacer steepens the compression curve at the end of the stroke to eliminate squishy dives when you're heading into chunky terrain. Depending on the amount of spacers you use, you'll establish a harsher, more responsive ride heading into berms and smooth spots that you can reverse when you get home if needed.

  • Firm up your ramp up in rough terrain with this spacer
  • Spacer takes up space inside your fork to reduce squish
  • Compatible with FOX Racing Shox forks only

Tech Specs

Material:
plastic
Recommended Use:
mountain bike

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Unanswered Question

im looking for a volume spacer for a 2018 fox 36. fox's website says it's PN: 234-04-736.
what part number are these?

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Which flavor of spacer should I purchase for my 2016 Fox Factory 32 100mm travel fork?

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I have a 36 and a 34 on two different bikes, they are great, well built forks but I felt like they were a little bit too soft through the last 35% of the travel. I like to run a little extra sag for better small bump performance, but hate it when my fork dives too much during heavy braking, in corners, or bottoms too easily.
Volume Spacers are my jam. To combat the diving my lower pressure causes, I typically run an extra volume spacer. This will cause my forks spring curve to ramp up more through the latter part of its stroke, allowing me to run a slightly lower pressure and keep my small bump performance. This is a far better solution than misusing compression dampening to try to combat bottoming and dive, but results in a fork that rides stiffer than I prefer through the entirety of its travel.