The Tilt Sculpted 120 Forks are forged, machined, and internally lightened. The same standard TILT features are included - durable M8 compression thread and a flush mount F5 axle. Wheel compatibility is up to 120mm diameter, 24mm hub width, and 26mm urethane width. In a world of complex appearances, the Sculpted series presents a subtle, well designed option for the riders who prefer to keep it cool. Part of Tilts Selects Fifty Fifty Collection. Limited run, no restocks.
Designed to be the strongest and sleekest fork on the market, Tilt Selects Fifty Fifty Sculpted 120 Forks use 6061-T6 aluminum. In order to add additional strength, the steerer tube is internally butted to remove stress points. Made from 6061 series aluminum, Selects Fifty Fifty Sculpted 120 Forks are a one-piece threadless fork featuring an integrated starnut. Compatible with HIC and SCS compression ONLY, Tilt Selects Fifty Fifty Sculpted 120 Forks have a 10mm offset and are compatible with wheels up to 120mm. Additional Features of these SCOOTER FORKS are: Steerer tube length: 153mm.
Do you know what forks you should buy? It depends on the compression system that you want to run. If you land on HIC or SCS compression, the Tilt Selects Fifty Fifty Sculpted 120 Forks are for you, as they are compatible with either SCS or HIC compression. Don't know which compression system to go with? That is easy – HIC or SCS, as they 2 of the most effective compression systems on the market. Which means you should pick up a set of Tilt Selects Fifty Fifty Sculpted 120 Forks to go with the SCS or HIC compression system that you just decided to use.< p>
Tilt Selects Fifty Fifty Sculpted 120 Forks Specifications:
- Made from 6061 series aluminum
- one-piece threadless fork featuring an integrated starnut
- Steerer tube length: 153mm
- Compatible with HIC and SCS compression ONLY
- 10mm offset and are compatible with wheels up to 120mm
- Available dimensions: Steerer tube length: 153mm
- Available colors:
With riders often feeling limited by technology, the freestyle scooter scene was in demand for high quality components. Urged by fellow rider Josh Young and his own need for better components, Collin Snoek began designing and fabricating custom parts. Word spread and demand for the parts increased. In 2009, what began as a hobby officially became TILT SCOOTERS.