Volume Hatchet Fork

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The Good:

Strong light fork from volume! They hold up spectacularly against grinds and the drop outs are beefy as hell so you don't have to worry about them bending. They also hold fat tires if you're into big tires, they have plenty of clearance for my hawk 2.4

The Bad:

Nothing bad about them yet no dents or anything and I bash into concrete legegs a lot

Overall Review:

Quality parts come from quality companies and volume is one of the best out there. I recommend them 100% to anyone

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Specifications

Product Volume Hatchet Fork
Riding Type Freestyle
Wheel Size 20"
Steer Tube Construction 100% heat-treated CRMO tubing
Leg Construction 100% heat-treated CRMO tubing
Dropouts (Axle Size) 5mm 3/8" heat treated CRMO
Offset
Brake Mounts
Colors Chrome & Flat Black
Weight 1 lb 11.8 oz (788 g)
Miscellaneous Drew Hosselton’s signature fork made from 100% heat-treated CRMO tubing. Featuring a 1-pc internally and externally butted steerer tube and with ultra tapered legs. Wider blades to fit bigger tires. End of blade is notched for plenty of peg clearance. 5mm thick dropouts w/ machined cutouts to save weight.
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