I've just had my Fox Triad fixed by Mojo under warranty for making "squelchy" noises. On the worksheet, they have stated that the shock was cavitated and replaced the seal in the meter rod and IFP, then regased and reoild it.
From what I can find on the net, cavitation is where air gets into the oil which causes the squelching or sucking noise and kills the damping a little.
What I want to know is a little more detail of what happened to the shock and why when its less than a year old and not been used an awful lot this would have happened and if theres anything I can do to avoid it? Also what is IFP and meter rod? I assume these are part of the assembly to keep the nitrogen out of the oil?