Doesn't Enduro still have those great service pics and descriptions on their site? I haven't looked over there in awhile, but I know a lot of people used to use their site to do full service issues on their forks. Fork seal service on your fork can definitely be done at home, but your tools and experience may vary.
Hey guys thanks. I have tried to find a video of how to do this, but can't find one with my specific fork. The 2011 150m fit talas. Do I have to take the top knobs off on this? One video of an older fork had done this, and another video of a newer fox didn't. Not sure which I should look at.
You might be right, but one vid I saw had a whole bunch of things to take off, problem being I have an 2011 fork, and they were doing an 08 fork. Any video's of a 11 fork? Thanks again guys. I just want to make sure I don't mess it up.
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