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Hi Everyone,

I recently picked up a 2012 Fox Talas 29 RLC 120mm kashima for my RIP 9. I have 2 rides on the fork so far and it's awesome. I did notice however that there is no oil left on the stanchions after the fork has gone through it's travel. They're completely dry. All the forks I've had in the past leave a little oil ring. Maybe this has something to do with Fox's new seal design? I guess I could change the oil in the fork to make sure the levels are appropriate but don't want to go through the hassle if this is normal on the 2012 forks. Anyone else w/ a 2012 Fox fork notice this?
 

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just put this fork on my 2011 Camber.....LOVE IT! and yes they are dry....not sure why or if normal.

95mm makes the Camber turn, 120mm travel allows for riding over almost any feature.....thinking FOX is really making the best forks - huge statement. yikes

later...LC
 
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