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Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by signal-link, Jan 30, 2008.
Fox 40 with e13 Stem.
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what crown is that?
I'm pretty sure it's the Risse
In related news, apparently Risse is still making that sick Lassen frame. No word on whether Fraser's going to be rocking one of those mofos again this season.
This crown isn't Risse.
Neither is this one;
btw I like the idea of a 40 with the option of direct mount.
Colors of the bike look like a Yeti. Yeti is Fox sponsored... Could that be a Fox direct mount crown?
Some solid e-speculation right there...
I predict 09 40's will have direct mount crowns finally
well it looks like he has a giant top cap,so it could be a giant
probably some ghetto one off fabrication....it's not the risse.....a top crown would be a pretty easy project for anyone who is competent with a lathe .....they could cobble one up really quickly.......
funny fox can't seem to cobble one up themselves......
A Mill would be preferable.
Def. not a lathe for that job. Why has it taken fox so long to make a direct mount crown/stem setup? I will be getting the Go-ride setup for my 40 this upcoming season!
A guy I know is an engineer with too much free time, and he made this - I have tried to get him to make one extra for me too
Looks good though!
i ran a risse crown with the e13 stem last season any boxxer int stem will work with the risse
It's made by a guy in Belgium , I have one on order and will post some more pictures once I get it. This might be going into production later on ? Here are some small pictures I already had.
This is not make in Belgium. It is make by 7 series aluminum from China Car components CNC factory.
It's Not Risse crown as well. If anyone who is interest in this crown, you can send the message to "signal-link" for a order.
get a load of this guy!!!
Weight, price, and where can you get it???
OK just received the " China Car Componets" Fox 40 direct mount upper crown, looks nice well finished in a grey " gunsmoke " metallic finish.
Weight is 220 grams.
How about the crown and can you upload some photo.