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  1. #1
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    Apr 2007

    foes XTD F1 fork rebuild

    is it possible to rebuild the Foes XTD fork without sending it to foes for a rebuild , and waiting a month or more

    is there a manual for it avalible online?

  2. #2
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    Jul 2006
    It's pretty difficult (and generally not recommended) to work on the internals of this fork without the specific tools that only the authorised service people have.

    You can get inside the spring leg easily enough to change the oil - which is pretty much all you need to do that side of the fork. The damping leg is a little more complicated to get into and definitely needs the proprietary tools.

    Personally, I wouldn't recommend pulling the damper apart to try to service it. Get it done properly.

  3. #3
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    I agree with hypoxic... I need to get mine serviced, I wish I could make an appointment type of a thing so the forks aren't at the factory so long...

    Is Brent the only one rebuilding them still (here in the US)?

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