It's not oil.
It's an injected lube. They may have been using PrepM (but who really knows what they were pumping in there?). Whatever it is, it looks as if it is starting to liquify/break down. You need to separate the uppers and lowers, clean out all the residual lube, re-assemble your fork, and pump a few squirts of lube into each port (you'll need to do this every few rides). By the way, get used to the rings on the stanchions--that's the only way you will know that you are still lubing the bushings (just the way the Microlube system works). Just as an aside, I like using Rock 'n Roll's Super-Slick Grease, but the PrepM is OK, too.Bart said:Please see attached pictures first. There is an oil leak on seals and sliders.
It is a used fork I bought from someone. It no longer has a warranty.
Should I send it to a Manitou service department or a local bike shop?
Are there any bike shops in Denver that can fix this?