- 2014 Reba 120 solo air losing travel
Too much pressure in the negative chamber that can only balance at full extension which you don’t get because there is too much pressure in the negative chamber.
1. Bang the air pressure right up until to get full extension then let it down slowly.
2. Manhandle them to full extension
Both methods should equalise the forks. You may have to do it a couple of times.
If it still fails take them back.
Do not under any circumstances use my favorite method of sagging forks on solo airs. My favourite method is I over-pressure them, climb on, then let pressure out until correct sag is achieved. Great on dual airs and Fox, but on solo airs it only depressurises the positive chamber.Posted 4 years ago
well they went from LBS to Fishers and diagnosed as a bit of grease on an internal seal causing air to flow from positive to negative chamber as suspected. All sorted now.
Big thankyou to Sprocketscycles in Kilmarnock for turning it around such that bike was only out of commision for a few days 🙂Posted 4 years ago
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