- Fox fork servicing question
Some goes in the foam wipers (float fluid), some in the lower leg to lube them (green stuff?) and you leave the damper alone. Iirc the oil for the lower leg has to be poured in through the rebound adjuster and retaining bolt holes.
How far throughPosted 4 years ago
servicingbodging a seal change are you? 😯
enduro seals are fitted
I have the forks back together with 100ml of 10 weight oil in the non air leg , pit in through the bottom of the leg , adjusters are back on now
I am unclear on if any oil needs to be put into the air side from the bottom
it’s the 25ml in the oil bets on each side that has me lost, is that in through the tops ? or did i get it wrong and the 25ml is in through the bottoms on both and the 100ml goes in through the top of the non air leg ?Posted 4 years ago
just a quick question ,
i see that there are 3 oil references for my Fox RC2 talas 160 forks
where do i insert each please
2010 36 VAN (R and RC2 dampers)
FOX 10 wt. Damper 100cc
(I have added this from the bottom of the leg, none air side)
where are the pool baths ? is this inserted from the top ? and if so is there then no oil to be inserted from the bottom of the air leg ?
FOX 10 wt. Damper-side Oil Bath 25cc
FOX 10 wt. Spring-side Oil Bath 25ccPosted 4 years agopapamountainMember
Never done it myself. Here’s possibly how you get it out, different fork though – http://service.foxracingshox.com/consumers/Content/damper_oil_remove.htm
I’m sure someone who knows will pipe up..Posted 4 years ago
Actually, here is the exact procedure from fox for the 36 Van R and RC2 fork. Damper info near the bottom. – Van R – http://service.foxracingshox.com/consumers/Content/Service/Forks/36VAN/36VAN_R.htm
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