What to look for when buying used Boxxer RCs

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  • Premier Icon Northwind
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    They’re pretty straightforward forks tbh. Should feel smooth off the top, not much resistance to a bump. You might want to spin the rebound and make sure you can tell it’s making a difference (at full, it should be very slow). Quite hard to check bushings tbh but if they’re worn, with boxxers, the fork tends to go a bit stiff/notchy.

    Condition’s a reasonable indicator tbh, dh forks get used hard so generally will look shagged before they’re actually shagged. If they look good, fair chance they are good.

    rocketman
    Member

    Afternoon folks. Am going to look at some used Boxxer RCs at the weekend the seller lives locally. Apart from cosmetic condition is there anything I can check properly while the forks aren’t attached to a bike?

    cheers

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