Not really aware of any problems, my Magura fork has been much more reliable than the Marzocchi it replaced. Care to explain what your talking about?bikesinmud said:let them fix the problems with the 26er's first before developing the same $hit over again.
Hmm, thats really strange. I have an early run Wotan from 06/07 and the air chamber works flawlessly. The semi bath chambers leaked like a sieve until I picked up some test run Enduro seals. They should hopefully be hitting the market soon because they are significantly better than the seals that came on the fork. I have had problems with achieving full travel after doing semi bath oil changes but I think that is more my fault than the forks. Just need to remember to leave the semi bath chambers exposed below the stanchion when refilling prior to sliding the lowers all the way down onto the fork.bikesinmud said:What I'm talking about is my experience and other freinds experience with the magura forks. Durin, Wotan and Thor. Of the 5 people that I know who have these, plus myself owning a Thor is that after repeated service not only do they continue to leak but the air chambers do not function properly. I bought the Thor for its 100-140 adjustability. What I got is a fork that doesn't hold air longer than 4-5 days and will only adjust down to 130mm and not the 100 for climbing. When my Talas arrives, my shop will be sending it back to Magura Canada for there opinion. Unacceptable for a fork with less than 15hrs on it. I so want mine to work as it is very plush and the albert is a flawless feature.