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How to maintain Fox 40 forks

How to maintain Fox 40 forks by Chris Porter from Mojo Suspension


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 good job on that vid
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flag spiritofthewolf (Mar 19, 2009 at 19:22) (Below Threshold)
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flag usb-rider (Mar 22, 2009 at 5:57) (Below Threshold)
 no that was boaring he went on and on and his voice is boaring
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 like a boar..
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flag raging-hippo (Apr 26, 2009 at 4:13) (Below Threshold)
 like an aussie Smile
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 Hmm, after hearing it again, it sounds like more of an english accent than australian.
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 does anyone know if the same process can be applied to the 36 or 32? thanks in advance)
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 Couldnt hear the man. And as if your average Joe has those tools in his shop or garage.
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 c'mon, 'those tools'? a couple of allen keys and a socket set? and anyway, how many 'average joes' have fox 40's?
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 alot? They are a very mainstream fork...
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 let me try that again. Wink how many 'average Joes' without even the bare minimum of tools and no mechanical knowledge whatsoever who cant even follow instructions from a video have fox 40's?
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 i think we are making a progress here
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 None lol...at least I hope. Pperini, it might be best to ask that sort of thing on ridemonkey or the forums here, I don't think you'll have much luck in this comment box.
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 LOL just realised you posted that question October 6, you've probably gotten over it by now.
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 haha, yeah, just after a posted the question i looked into the fox manual and found out what hast to be done hehe))
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 He doesn't even show how to put oil back in for a while I watched this and couldn't figure out how to do it
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 just watched this, and its not the best tutorial. He's asys at about 6min12 and 7.02 that you can keep the lubrication oil in the fork... why on earth would you go to the effort of cleaning or replacing the seals without replacing a couple of bucks worth of oil. 15cc I think of NEW oil in each leg, inserted with a syringe through the holes in the bottom of the lowers before putting the nuts back on.
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 thats not how you do it.....you didnt even put in the ketchup duhhh mega props!!!
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 jonnyboy +1
youd change the oil anyway ..i would now there apart !
All fox forks are known for stantion wear due to dry tubes eh?

Come on DUDE????
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 you know how ur talking about the o rings being bry and to put the fox fork upside down iv done that but the top tubing is still dry
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 good video, but hard to hear the guy. also if your going to clean your seals, hold the lower upside down so then the crap you wipe off falls onto the ground instead of inside the fork.
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 helpful as thansk
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 it looks weard, but at 48 seconds, just when he take off the adjusment, there'is like a sound of a sword, or a disc break...anyway, really helpfull
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 chris is a legend, he was one of the first if not the first to bring in INTENSE to the uk along with Mr DIRT products... helpful video.. off to the shed then..
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 thank you
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 its not the most advanced, take a look at the insides of an avy
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 I Might get some, Im save'in up Smile
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 I think he looks like one of those dodgy pornstars...
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 thats cool

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