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Dont worry about them. Keep the stanchions wiped down and clean, also around the seals.. You could put some Slick Honey on stanchions and compress fork to work it in every so often. Wipe off after applying. Buy a new one after this one is toast.
« on: April 14, 2014, 11:36:11 PM »
RideOn Shark,maybe get one and come out to Idaho to roll some smooth singletrack !
« on: February 12, 2014, 12:59:27 PM »
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« on: December 01, 2013, 11:39:18 AM »
Should be closed the rest of the day also, as trail has severe thaw since about 10am this morning. All south facing slopes are pure mud and there's evidence of too many people riding when trail is too soft. Pure RED.
Several shops in town sell them. You also went right by another on your way to Story on 135, Trail Time Tack?,small store with supplies and horses hangin out. Also at Stonehead you can turn left to PikesPeak and go to Crouch's market. Story Inn has never been the go to on passes, probably more their lack of effort than the NFS.
If you use this syringe to measure accurately, how do you know how much is already in fork or how much has been lost? Most fork manufactures list to the milliliter on volume to be added to the spring side and dampener side. Also they usually spec 2 different weight oils to be used and it's very rarely 20wt. No wonder you burn up forks prematurely. Most manuf. state 100 hours useage between oil and seal intervals. Most riders never adhere to this interval and wear out bushings and stachions.