The Lucky SMX, fork was originally launched by Lucky in 2009, is now the most popular, best-performing fork on the market, period.
Designed to mimic the look of BMX forks, the SMX is CNC machined from 6061 T6 (aircraft-grade) aluminum, which renders it light and strong. Do not be fooled by the imitators!
The SMX is easily recognizable on the rides of the world’s top street riders and pros. The Lucky SMX, fork is built with Torque Dispersion Technology™ (TDT) ™, which eliminates tensile stresses and enables the SMX to absorb the impacts of massive bangers. This is critical because many scooter forks on the market, including SMX counterfeits, can resist some compression, but are very weak when tension, shear or torsional stress is applied to them. Tell your customers to demand Lucky SMX—the original and still the best. Includes axle.
SMX forks work with oversize (1 3/8") bars using HIC or SCS, if you are using a standard (1 1/4") size bar you will need to use ICS compression
This fork comes standard on the Lucky Strata and Clover pro scooters.
Lucky SMX Fork Specs:
- Material: 6061 T6 aluminum (CNC machined)
- Offset: 10mm
- Wheel size: 100mm, 110mm
- Compression: Compatible with HIC,SCS (will need a starnut installed) and ICS
- Steer Tube Length: 6.5", 16.5mm
- Steer Tube Thickness: .125”
- Weight: 12.8 oz
- Axle Length: 8 mm
- Colors: Black, Purple, Blue, Red, Raw, White and Gunmetal
- Finish: Anodized
FAQ & Upgrades:
Q: How heavy is the Lucky SMX fork?
A: The Lucky SMX fork weighs in at 12.8 oz., which is a heavier fork design, and is made for the most demanding scooter riders. For any of you weight freaks out there, this fork may be on the heavy side, but it is one of the most durable forks on the market today!
Q: How long will the Lucky SMX fork last me?
A: The Lucky SMX fork is one of the most durable fork designs on the market. It will hold up against all of your trials and tribulations! If you want to ride the strongest freestyle scooter fork in the world, the Lucky SMX is the fork for you.
Installation & Maintenance:Maintenance:
- Daily checking of front axle bolts and tighten them if needed.
- Monthly lubrication of fork steer tube
- If you ride HIC or SCS make sure to check the starnut to make sure it is snug in the steer tube every month or so.