How much oil (weight 7.5?) goes into stanchion, also 30cc's?Marzocchi Tech Department said:You need to remove the TST2 cartridge from the fork. Make sure the lock-out is in the open position. Then loosen the nut on the bottom of the cartridge and compress it completely. Do this with it upside down. If it is over filled some oil will come out. You can then retighten the endcap and reinstall it in the fork with 30cc's of oil in the stanchion for lubrication. Make sure everything is tight. Game on.
It sounds like the same dealio as the 55 TST. sorrySnakes said:I have new 2007 AM2 SL (tst2 damping) and it has only 140mm of travel, so 20mm less than it should have. Some 55 forks have the same problem and Marzocchi Tech Department said that the reason is too much oil in tst cartridge. Is this also problem with my fork? Is the repairing procedure the same as for 55?
How much oil (weight 7.5?) goes into stanchion, also 30cc's?
Speaking of which... How do you bleed a 2007 TST5???Marzocchi Tech Department said:TST's with external bladders are a bit different and a bit more involved.
Tom,Marzocchi Tech Department said:The top cap can be removed, it most likely has loc-tite on the thread. I just took one apart the other day.
This cartridge has an internal bladder and once the top cap has been removed with the entire compression assembly attached (I don't recommend taking that apart). Now change the oil.