I just don't want to ruin the stanchion finish or melt a o-ring.
Sometimes that gets faster results than going thru a busy shop.Big props again to X-fusion!I'm just stoked that they stand behind their product, and quickly at that.Honestly, I do not remember what I did yesterday and I had this one apart six months ago.I'm sure my fork was just a freak accident that slipped through.I know what my Fox recommended, now how about masterchef canada contestants names the Velvet?One day your life will flash before your eyes, will it be worth watching?When lens store promo trails gets tougher, Just stand up and deliver.Strange Is your fork a DLA?Thanks Reply With" #34 Originally Posted by rschultz101 step 11, remove air rod base plate with spanner!(OEM version tax return on tuition fees canada probably?) Asking the shop to solve the problem under warranty looks a good idea.I understand all about Lower Service and Travel Adjust, but I didn't find any info about servicing a RL2 damper and I have a question - What oil viscosity have I to pour into rhe RL2 damper?Doesn't matter though really.Thanks, Rob Reply With" #32 The spacers go in the air-spring side to limit travel.Travel was sposed to have been adjusted along with the 650B spacer put in, travel wasn't done and hoping they just forgot that and pout the spacer.Seems you got a specific travel Velvet, perhaps OEM?I have a bench vice with soft jaws, so it should not be a problem.
I am unable to send the fork into service to another country, thats why I ask this question.