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Do I have to send it to fox for service? Is there another place to have it fixed? I cant make their website work.And I have heard that it is only serviced by the factory. Is that true? Thanks for any help.
If all you want is a new set of seals, then get a set of Enduro seals from Chris and install them yourself. Before doing so, download the instructions from the Enduro site, make sure you've got all the necessary tools (26mm socket is hard to find) and replacement fluids. The stock Fox seals are terrible = Exxon Valdez. I wouldn't bother spending the money (and down-time) to have Fox replace the crap stock seals with another set of crap seals.SIGMA said:Do I have to send it to fox for service? Is there another place to have it fixed? I cant make their website work.And I have heard that it is only serviced by the factory. Is that true? Thanks for any help.
I ordered them and the crush washers yesterday.I didnt know that leaky seals could be cleaned.I thought that if they leaked they were shot.I like the feel of the fork as it is so I didnt have it pushed. And the seals are $100 cheaper.Brown_Teeth said:Just went through it this week, enduro seals are fine more than likely the fox seals just need to be cleaned and will be OK. The enduro instructions are OK but not perfect, like steps 1 and 10 needs some help, otherwise the enduro seals seem like 22$ well spent. But I would also get new crush washers, mine were a beech to get off and not reusable.