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captplanet
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I have a 2003 Fox F80RLT and am in the process of rebuilding it. I am looking for detailed instructions for the disassembly and reassembly of the damper assembly. I have checked the FoxForx website and haven't found anything. Anybody know of an online source of this type of information??
Thanx to anyone who can help!!
 

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HammerHead
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Check pages 14 through 18 of the manual
http://www.foxracingshox.com/fox_tech_center/owners_manuals/03_32_en.pdf
It has the diagram for changing the travel, seals, oil, etc, which are same for dissassembly and assembly of the fork, not that right side is different from left side. I am not sure what part are you trying to rebuild, but normally you need to replace oil and seals rest of the parts are pretty robust unless you broke the blow-off valve. Service( oil and seals)also can be done at your LBS for around $70, $25 for parts and $50 for a labor.
Below is the link for fox service center if your LBS does not have the trained tech.
http://www.foxracingshox.com/fox_tech_center/service.htm
 

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captplanet
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Gevorg,
As I mentioned in my original post, I am trying to rebuild the damper assembly and associated inner shaft found on the right leg of the fork(the left leg houses the air piston). This assembly / disassembly procedure is not] mentioned on the fox site that you are directing me to and which I have thoroughly examined. Thanx
mteitsch
 

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HammerHead
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Well, I am not sure how close is Fox FORX F100X dampener assembly to F80RL, but you can download technical service manual for FOX FORX F100X from http://www.enduroforkseals.com/id10.html and check pages 24-38 for complete details of damper assembly/disassembly. Hopefully it is similar to yours. If you have trouble downloading technical service manual send PM to me I will email it to you. it is about 3.5MB
 
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