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  • Fox float lockout problems
  • tish
    Free Member

    I have a set of Fox Float 140 and the lockout doesn’t work.
    After speaking to a few people and searching online, a common opinion was that they could be low on oil as they seem to work fine otherwise.
    So I bit the bullet and decided to strip them down and put fresh oil in them.
    When stripped I found a pinhole on the damper assembly about 10mm down from the top cap end.
    If you compress the assembly oil squirts out of the hole.
    Is this right or could this be causing the problem?
    Any suggestions?
    As you can tell I’ve never done it before and not sure what to expect.

    Full Member

    I believe that’s where the damper ejects oil after it has been through the circuit.

    Every set of Fox I’ve had apart had one.

    Free Member

    Good news, I was hoping it was something like that.

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