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Manitou Semi Bath Oil Lube

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Servicing your mountain bike fork is important yet it's often overlooked until...

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"Semi Bath Lube" = Motor Oil???

I found the reference to the 40wt automotive oil, but that's the tablespoon that gets poured in over the air piston to keep it lubed. I've got that same requirement on my X-Vert air and use a 40 or 50wt gearbox oil. I looked at Marzocchi's and Spectro's web sites and while it looks like Marz calls ... Read More »

Motor oil in semi-bath forks

I'd been thinking about this for a while, and another thread on here prompted me. A lot of modern forks are now semi-bath, where, while there's a lubricating oil bath in the fork, the damper oil is separate from it. All Rock Shox with Motion Control or Mission Control are like this, as are the FI ... Read More »

Changing semi-bath oil in Fox Van R fork

I plan to do that this weekend but I have a question before. I found the how to do on the fox service website and it doesn't seem difficult at all. But while talking to someone from the fox service center in Canada (OGC), the guy told me that to change the semi-bath oil, I have to empty the damper s ... Read More »

Semi bath oil for greasing Recon stanchions?

Let's say this is more theoretical question, because there is no need doing it, but anyways: I have some Motorex oil for semi bath forks I was using on old Manitou. Is it OK to use this oil for greasing Recon stanchions (u-turn version)? BTW, there's warning on bottle: Not for use with TPC dampi ... Read More »

Manitou semi bath oil??

Hey guys, anyone know if I can use some Castrol or shell 5w-40 synthetic engine oil for the semi bath lubricating system of my manitou fork?Read More »

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