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    What the Hell Fork do I have?

    Just got my new bike and supposedly got a rock shox revelation RCT3 120 mm TA 29er fork.
    I can't find anywhere on this fork the model # and can't find a 120mm revelation rct3 on the website. It does say revelation on the tubes but that's all. How do I know what Ive got and where can I get a Manuel so I know how to adjust it?

    Thanks for responses.
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    On the SRAM website the specs list the 29er version as being available in 140mm, 130mm, and 120mm

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    It says right on the SRAM website that the RCT3 Revelation is available in 120mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffw-13 View Post
    On the SRAM website the specs list the 29er version as being available in 140mm, 130mm, and 120mm

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    Thanks guys. I saw this on the website but my fork has a different look (stickers saying revelation) and there isn't a link to a 2012 Manuel. But I guess it's still the same. I'll check it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HouseNotes View Post
    Thanks guys. I saw this on the website but my fork has a different look (stickers saying revelation) and there isn't a link to a 2012 Manuel. But I guess it's still the same. I'll check it out.
    The Rockshox manuAls are not very helpful. Mostly you just get the air pressure ranges, which you can work out for yourself via sag.
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    Yeah, have also found the Rock Shox website and publications less than helpful regarding setup (downright useless would be a better description). I did a bit of googling for set-up advice for my SID 29ers, and found far more useful information that way. I'd be embarrassed if my business relied on third-party websites for customers support...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bascule View Post
    Yeah, have also found the Rock Shox website and publications less than helpful regarding setup (downright useless would be a better description). I did a bit of googling for set-up advice for my SID 29ers, and found far more useful information that way. I'd be embarrassed if my business relied on third-party websites for customers support...
    Sram has a number of videos on youtube showing how to service and change travel on their forks.

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