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    You meant whistle I was talking about?
    What tyre width to deal here?..
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    DBC
    When I push the rod (upward) there some oil with air coming out from the place I noticed on photo.
    Is it supposed to be so (also when fork assembled)?



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    yes

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    Uhmm.. Isnt it supposed to come out through the little hole on dbc tube??..
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    Quote Originally Posted by ka81ua View Post
    DBC
    When I push the rod (upward) there some oil with air coming out from the place I noticed on photo.
    Is it supposed to be so (also when fork assembled)?




    You need to turn the socket head in to a depth of 6mm. When you removed the compression nut it backs out. Just set the depth to 6mm like I said and reassemble.

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    I use remote lever to lock out fork. So, when I will assemble the fork should I turn the socket head in to a depth of 6mm before installing compression nut?

    Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ka81ua View Post
    I use remote lever to lock out fork. So, when I will assemble the fork should I turn the socket head in to a depth of 6mm before installing compression nut?

    Thank you.

    Yes, doesn't matter what remote you use.
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    Thank you very much.

    P.S. what if not downing it 6 mm depth? What will happen?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ka81ua View Post
    Thank you very much.

    P.S. what if not downing it 6 mm depth? What will happen?
    Your're experiencing it right now.
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    uhmm.. didn't get it (maybe my bad english)..

    If I wouln't turne it down 6 mm - anyway it will be turned by compression nut, will it?!..
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    It will, but it won't be at the depth it needs to be. 6mm is where it needs to start to achieve the proper depth. That interface is your soft/firm compression setting.
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    By the way, I pushed few times the rod of DBC and some small amout of oil got out from that place I noticed with red arrows.
    May I turn socket head almost out, so there will be some free space and I will be able to put in a little bit of oil (fork oil 7.5W)? Should I?
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    You can put it in the lower fork as it will get pulled into the DBC from the bottom of the DBC.
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    Thank you very much for all advices! )
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    Sorry to revive this old thread, but has anyone had any luck using a different grease than Molykote o-ring grease for the seals on 2016ish forks? And, also, is Fox 7.5 oil okay to use on these forks?
    I got a 320 LCR and before installing I want to check oil levels and since I'm way too nervous for that I took it to the supposedly Fox certified LBS we have here. They said they could service it but they don't have the same grease and they use Fox oil.

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    I have a 350 ncr and used Slick Honey. When I got it last year I opened it up and changed the oil and grease. On the damper side just oil in the lower to satisfy the DBC cartridge and slick honey between the oil and dust seal. I did the same on the air chamber side seals. I used grease on the spring and spring seal head with a little oil in the lower leg to splash the bushings. I refreshed everything about a month ago. I had no issues with grease migrating from the seals to the DBC oil bath. On the spring side a little oil splashed the lower spring assemble and mixed with the grease with no ill effects whatsoever. I just sourced two quarts of Golden Spectro 7.5 on Amazon, that's the recommended cartridge oil. I don't know anything about Fox's offering in that weight. I use there 10wt red in my Float fork.
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    Help someone please. I installed remote ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=whz7qx0JuWE ) but it FULLY locks fork only when it pusshed little bit more than just ''to click''. I tried adjusting barrel but somehow it doesn't help. So, only when I push remote more the fork is bacaming rigid. Maybe I should play with the depth of low speed compression rod? Maybe more than 6 mm or less? I mean https://youtu.be/Bd5MgKJ0muQ?t=90
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    Quote Originally Posted by cobym2 View Post
    Mine came with the remote, but no manual lever. Not that I use the lockout often, but if I did, Id probably like the lever (non-remote) more.
    Can somebody please tell the part number of Manual lock out lever for Marzocchi 350 ncr like in the video or link where to buy it?..
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    Maybe it's 8501766/P (replaces 5497001/P)
    KNOB KIT UPGRADE RC TO MANUAL LCR/NCR
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    5497001/P (replaced by 8501766/P)
    KNOB KIT UPGRADE RC TO MANUAL LCR/NCR
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