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  1. #1
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    Mar 2010

    Front Suspension Trouble

    So, I was turning the knobs on my RST Capa fork to adjust my suspension. I turned both knobs to the tighest setting to start from there since it's a brand new bike; however, once i tried to loosen up both knobs, the right knob woudln't turn turned strangely and doesn't adjust the suspension at all. I suspect that the part attaching the knob is stripped. My question is is there any way that I can just buy a replacement knob? I would rather not have to replace the suspension after I just bought the bike.

  2. #2
    mtbr member
    Join Date
    Apr 2008
    Not knowing the precise fork you have might I suggest the following:

    If you "just bought the bike" take it to the shop and they should help you out.

    If they do not look online for the manufacture of the fork and take a hard look at the technical infomation and/or the possible customer support for product.

    Good luck!

  3. #3
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    Jul 2008
    I agree with ACI.. I just recently had some trouble with my fatty fork losing air.. brought it back to the shop and they fixed everything for free. They even did a full maintenance work on the whole bike.

    Now my 2 year old F3 looks and feels like new =P

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