The Luaf Trail Racer is one of the most popular forks in the Lauf lineup. The new Trail Racer Boost, or TR Boost for short, is built upon the same platform but featuring the new 110 x 15mm boost spacing. At under 990 grams the TR Boost offers 60mm of travel and pairs well with lightweight cross country rockets. It is available in two spring rates that are based on rider weight. The regular spring for riders over 143 pounds and the light spring for riders under 154 pounds. It may be run 29''' or 27.5'''' with a max tire width of 29 x 2.5'''' or 27.5 x 3.0''''.
There is nothing quite like building up a lightweight, fast, cross country bike only to load it down with a pig of a fork. The Lauf Suspension forks are some of the lightest options on the market and offer just enough travel. If you are looking for a fork that makes zero compromises check out the TR Boost 29 from Lauf.
Axle to Crown
Front Axle Type
15mm Thru Axle
Front Hub Spacing
27.5" (650b), 29" (700c)
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asked by: a guest Hi I just purchased the lauf with boost spacing should it have came with the compression bolt that snugs down the head set. Also just need clarification on the bottom of the head set installation it looks like my lower bearing is reset into my head tube about an eight of an inch. That would make the top of the fork flush with the bottom of my head tube so I think that would be wrong correct?
anwered by: canteau Your headset should have a crown race that will need to be installed on the fork. The crown race is designed to mate the lower fork bearing with the steerer tube.
Using the Lauf fork without a crown race can and will damage the fork, headset and possibly the frame.
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