Fork DT SWISS ONE PIECE MAG wheel 27.5 OL and ODL

Fork DT SWISS ONE PIECE MAG wheel 27.5 OL and ODL

Fork Dt Swiss One Piece Mag wheel 27.5 OL and ODL

The Dt Swiss one Piece front suspension is a high-end model of the Swiss brand for 27.5" Wheels. It has prioritized lightness and absorption. It has very fine finishes, and it differs from other forks by having the bow of the two bottles in the back. Its ideal environment is the XC and Marathon competition. It is demonstrated by the many runners who use it in World Cup competitions.

One of the strengths of this fork is its damping system. After years of research and development, ODL technology (Open Drive Lock) has been created. It consists in 3 positions of different types of blocking to achieve a perfect absorption for each terrain. Thus, it is fully adapted to the needs of the user.

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Although it stands out for its lightness do not forget that the Dt Swiss is very versatile. It has a high rigidity and total dominance over the front wheel. It allows to adjust the rebound by removing washers in the pneumatic tube. It also incorporates a NCS spring with a negative spring that reduces bar jams at critical times.

In short, a fork oriented to the competition and with which to face without fear the most technical terrain.

Technical Features:

  • Weight (according to manufacturer): 1585gr.
  • Wide variety of settings.
  • 120 mm travel.
  • 15 Kilímetros front axle.
  • Height of 508 mm.
  • Advance of 41 millimeters.
  • Magnesium bottles.
  • For 27.5 inch wheels.

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