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Posted: Apr 6, 2008 at 8:17 Quote
click on link and scrole down until you come to video,hope it helps.

http://www.dirtmag.co.uk/news/category/videos/how-to-maintain-your-boxxer-forks/dirt-1231194.html

Posted: Apr 6, 2008 at 15:22 Quote
might save some cash.Salute

Posted: Apr 6, 2008 at 18:21 Quote
thanks man, i might try that, but i dont' want to screw anything up.

So I can get the lube and grease at my LBS?

Posted: Apr 6, 2008 at 18:23 Quote
mistabika wrote:
thanks man, i might try that, but i dont' want to screw anything up.

So I can get the lube and grease at my LBS?
Yeah, just go and ask for 15 wt oil. Then you can buy a solid grease to lube the seals and bushings..

Posted: Apr 6, 2008 at 19:12 Quote
Dude sweet, thanks a lot for posting that...but because of you my bike now looks like this!

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Any specific kind of 15 wt oil, and kind of grease I should be looking to use?

Posted: Apr 7, 2008 at 1:30 Quote
coca wrote:
Dude sweet, thanks a lot for posting that...but because of you my bike now looks like this!

1907298

1907298


Any specific kind of 15 wt oil, and kind of grease I should be looking to use?

ideally make a 50/50 mix of 5wt oil (i use stendec crystal fork fluid but any brand will do really) and sram red rum. As for grease make sure you use fine grease that doen't attack the seals (there should be a paragraph about what NOT to use in the handbook). I personally use stendec easy glide grease.

Posted: Apr 7, 2008 at 1:49 Quote
http://www.orangebikes.com/technical/rs.php

look at this

Posted: Apr 7, 2008 at 3:01 Quote
yh they are really easy to service i do it all the time i just use a 15wt weight oil i didnt mix it

Posted: Apr 7, 2008 at 3:09 Quote
coca wrote:
Dude sweet, thanks a lot for posting that...but because of you my bike now looks like this!

1907298

1907298


Any specific kind of 15 wt oil, and kind of grease I should be looking to use?

you should have left the crowns on it much easyer and you will have to take they out to do the service anyway

Posted: Apr 7, 2008 at 3:12 Quote
coca wrote:
Dude sweet, thanks a lot for posting that...but because of you my bike now looks like this!

1907298

1907298


Any specific kind of 15 wt oil, and kind of grease I should be looking to use?

jesus, clean your bike!!

Posted: Apr 7, 2008 at 10:43 Quote
SuperrealA11an wrote:
coca wrote:
Dude sweet, thanks a lot for posting that...but because of you my bike now looks like this!

1907298

1907298


Any specific kind of 15 wt oil, and kind of grease I should be looking to use?

you should have left the crowns on it much easyer and you will have to take they out to do the service anyway
What do you mean, I am doing the exact same thing as the video showed...I would have just slid the stanchions out, leaving both crowns in; but I had the rubber bumpers there stopping me. Hopefully I can finish it today.

And clean my bike? Where I live it gets cold during the winter, and if you leave your hose on they will freeze and break. Sorry for riding? Rolleyes

Posted: Apr 7, 2008 at 10:51 Quote
ha ha sorry for causing ruptions.Salute

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