Lucky Scooters LS
Lucky LS™ forks, are in their fourth-generation, and had time to tune them for the most demanding riders. The LS is CNC machined from 6061 T6 (aircraft-grade) aluminum, which renders it light and strong.
The LS is an architectural beauty, with a slight offset and no bonds, threads, or welds. And now the 2012 LS has Torque Dispersion Technology™ (TDT) and thickened legs which give it market-leading strength and durability. Includes axle.
Lucky LS Fork Specs:
- LS Forks only work with oversized bars, if using a standard bar you need to have ICS Compression
- Material: 6061 T6 aluminum (CNC machined)
- Offset: 10mm
- Wheel size: 100mm, 110mm
- Compression: Compatible with HIC, ICS, SCS
- Steer Tube Length: 16.5mm
- Steer Tube Thickness: .125”
- Weight: 11.2 oz
- Axle Length: 8 mm
- Colors: Black, Purple, Blue, Red, Raw
- Finish: Anodized
2012 Lucky LS Pro Scooter Fork technology: Torque Dispersion Technology: Torque Dispersion Technology™ is implemented during the CNC process and the aluminum heating and hardening of the Lucky forks. TDT is activated when the fork legs are subjected to tensile stresses which they eliminate by resolving them into compressive stresses, which are then held in a state of equilibrium. This is critical because most scooter forks on the market can resist some compression, but are very weak when tension, shear or torsional stress is applied to them.
6061 T6 Aluminum: Often referred to as “aircraft-grade aluminum,” T6 has the highest tensile strength possible while maintaining good mechanical properties and weldability. Many scooter companies skimp and use lower-grade aluminum to save costs, but Lucky insists on T6. Anodized Coating Anodizing increases corrosion resistance and wear resistance, and provides better adhesion for paint primers than metal, resulting in 30% stronger aluminum along with brighter color and style.