Firestarter 110 Deluxe Carbon Fork, 15x110mm Thru-Axle, Matte Black
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The Firestarter carbon fork is made from high-modulus carbon fiber, built for all-terrain riding. Three-Pack mounts on each leg give you room for water or Anything Cages, and mid-blade mounts accommodate racks for panniers. This fork is light, tough, and ultra-versatile with the capacity to fit a wide range of tire sizes.
High modulus carbon fiber construction
Tapered 1-1/8" to 1.5" steerer tube
160mm minimum rotor size; 180mm maximum rotor size
Mid-blade mounts for low rider racks
Compatible with wheel sizes: 27.5 , 29", 29 , 700c
Dual sets of Three-Pack mounts on each fork leg for Anything Cages or water bottles
BOOST 110 x 15mm thru axle included
Front Axle Size: 15 x 135L, TP=1.5, TL=10
Internal routing for 110 BOOST dynamo hubs
Axle to Crown
Brake Mount (Fork)
Post Mount 160
Front Axle Type
15mm Thru x 110mm
Maximum Tire Clearance (Fork)
S.H.I.S. Stem Clamp Diameter
Steerer Tube Length
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asked by: sub...@....com I have a 2018 Raleigh Tamland 1 which I believe is a 52mm offset - I'm not familiar with offsets and how they play a part in the geometry of the bike and set up. With this Salsa Firestarter fork - what differences would I notice given that it has a 45mm offset? If I didn't word this correctly in bike-lingo, please forgive me :)
anwered by: canteau Based on what I am seeing the Raleigh Tamland will require a fork like the one used on the Salsa Warbird. The FireStarter will be too long and uses a much wider front hub.
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