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RockShox Monarch XX - (190 x 51/7.5 x 2.0) Tune-MidReb/MidComp - 430 Lockout Force - Left Remote 1250mm 2016

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    Few things would upset Newton more than the Monarch XX. Simply put, no other shock packs more energy-efficient performance in a lighter weight package â€" one that seemingly defies Newton's so-called "laws" of physics. But the Monarch XX does exactly that, giving the ability to lock-out rear suspension via a single bar-mounted XLoc Sprint button.

    The 100% hydraulic remote lever and system is completely sealed, so unlike cable-actuated units Monarch XX is impervious to contamination. If Newton were alive today, we doubt he'd be that stoked to go back to the drawing board with his theories. But a few miles on the Monarch XX sure would help inspire a new way of thinking, and riding.

    (includes service kit, bleed kit & shock pump)

    Size

    • 190 x 51/7.5 x 2.0

      Weight

    • 205g Weight based on 165 x 38, standard air can, no hardware.

      Configurations

    • 152 X 31, 165x38, 184x44, 190x51, 200x51, 200x57, 216x63

      Spring

    • Standard, High Volume, Standard with High Volume Eyelet, High Volume with High Volume Eyelet.

      Spring Adjust

    • Aluminum

      Shaft Material

    • 7075 Aluminium. 9mm

      Body Material

    • Forged Aluminium.

      Body Finish

    • Clear hard anodized with sag gradients

      Chassis

    • 28mm Hard Anodized Aluminum w/Sag Gradients.
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