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    Help needed! Servicing my Trek 69er DUC

    I recently bought a used Trek 69er with the DUC32 fork. Now I want to service the DUC fork and did some research on the internet. I found the service manual on the Maverick site, however I also found a pdf for servicing the Travis Brown 69er duc fork. These documents differ from each other.
    - document from maverick site is very complete but for which kind of fork? (26" or 29").
    - document of davis brown 69er duc is very confusing

    Not only big differences in ammounts of oil and air pressure (are these realy this big?), but also in how to service the fork (part description is not clear to me). Now I'm lost. I disassembled my fork but don't know which manual to use now for reassembling.

    Anyone has experience in servicing the Trek 69er DUC? Any help will be appreciated very much!!!

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    Where are you located?

    That fork is a DUC, set for 29" wheel with the Maverick bottom out spacers and choked to 100mm of travel with some cool innards.
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    Better suited to non-aggressive 125# gals named Russell.

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    Hi Banks,
    Iḿ located in the Netherlands. I know it's set for a 29" wheel because of the black spacers on top. However in the "Travis brown 69er manual" they are talking about an internal floating piston. I don know how this piston looks like while completely disassembled the fork parts look the same as in the standard manual.

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    Ok, disassembled my fork completely and now I know what they mean with the Internal Floating Piston as described in the Travis Brown Manual. It's al clear to me now and Iḿ glad I found this addition to the standard duc service manual. If anyone needs information now or in the future, don hesitate to send me a PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lp77 View Post
    Ok, disassembled my fork completely and now I know what they mean with the Internal Floating Piston as described in the Travis Brown Manual. It's al clear to me now and Iḿ glad I found this addition to the standard duc service manual. If anyone needs information now or in the future, don hesitate to send me a PM.
    I'm located in France, Maverick suspension centre. Contact me if ever you need spares or advices.

    alpatech@free.fr
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    Ok thanks!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Alpamayo View Post
    I'm located in France, Maverick suspension centre. Contact me if ever you need spares or advices.

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