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RockShox Judy Silver - Solo Air - Turn Key Bicycle Fork

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Original price $322.00
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About This Item

  • New graphics package with E-MTB endorsement option (15x110mm).
  • TurnKey lockout gives 'on/off' control.
  • Fits Tires up to 2.8" (15x110mm).
  • Fast Black finished 30mm steel upper tubes couple stiffness and lightweight with a premium look.
  • Plush coil spring or highly tunable Solo Air spring.
Brand: RockShox
Reference SKU ROCKSHOX-00.4020.555.001
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Product Description

 

Premium performance at down-to-earth prices. Judy Silver now has new options available to support compatibility with short and full fenders. Judy Silver TK level forks give you stiff steel upper tubes and TurnKey™ lockout.

 

TECHNOLOGY

SOLO AIR: Solo Air gives you a plush, predictable ride you can set up in seconds.

TURNKEY: If you happen to hit a big rock when you have your fork locked out, TurnKey’s patented blow-off design absorbs the unexpected hit instantly. When you think about it, it’s kind of noble.

BOOST: BOOST is the standard wheel and drivetrain specification that opens the opportunity for improved frame geometry with shorter chain stays, wider and stiffer suspension pivots, wider range of chainring options, as well as more clearance for bigger tires and wider, stiffer wheels.

TORQUE CAPS: Torque Caps make the bond between hub and fork dropout stronger, with an increased surface area connecting the two. This creates a stronger, stiffer interface, giving you a more responsive front wheel and more control. So you concentrate on the most important connection, the one between your bike and the trail.

 

 

SPECIFICATIONS

 

Wheel size: 26", 27.5", 29"

Travel (mm): 100mm, 120mm, 130mm, 80mm.

Steerer: 1.5" Tapered, 1-1/8" Aluminum, 1-1/8" Steel.

Axle: 15x110mm BOOST™, 9mm Quick Release.

Spring: Coil, Dual Position Coil, Solo Air.

Fork offset: 40mm (26"), 42mm (27.5"), 42mm (29"), 46mm (29"), 51mm (27.5"), 51mm (29").

Maximum rotor size: 185mm, 220mm.

Upper tube type: 30mm straight wall steel.

Max tire width (mm): 58, 62, 81.

Minimum rotor size: 160mm.

E-bike approved: E-bike Approved, E-bike Approved w/E-MTB Decal.

Damper type: TurnKey.

Volume reducer: n/a.

Color (FS): Diffusion Black, Gloss Black.

Fender compatibility: Bolt On - Full or Short, n/a.

Weight: 7.9lb.

 

Important terms:

  • TR: this means tapered, which is a characteristic of the steerer tube. A Tapered steerer means diameter tapers from 1-1/8″ on top to 1.5″ on the bottom, rather than a conventional steerer, which is 1-1/8″ in diameter all along.

     

  • QR: quick release. Quick release axles are the standard wheel attachment system used on most bikes. They allow you to remove and replace the wheels quickly and without any tools. You don’t even need to remove the axle from the hub.

 

Important sizes:

  • Steerer tube length: The steerer tube must not be so long as to protrude from the top of the stem, preventing the headset from being tightened, but also must be long enough to allow for enough clamping contact with the stem.

     

  • Fork legs length: the length between the crown-steerer intersection, to the dropout. Axle to crown. Important to determine the wheel size which the fork is made for.

     

  • Rake: or also known as fork offster, is the distance between the front axle and the steering axis – the imaginary line running straight through the midpoint of the steerer tube. Fork offset affects the trail. Longer offset results in less trail, which makes for a lighter but twitchier steering feel. Conversely, shorter offset forks increase the trail, which makes for more stable, heavier steering especially in steep corners or bumpy sections. The fork offset also affects the front-centre (shorter offset means a shorter bike), as well as the distance between the rider’s hands and the front axle. For this reason, increasing the fork offset can feel a bit like a shortening the stem, in that the front wheel is further in front of the hands.

 

​​Just in case, here is a Front Suspension Setup and Tuning Guide

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