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    Magura Laurin FCR 130 service questions

    I'm getting ready to do a service (clean, inspect, oil change) on my FCR 130 and have a couple of questions.

    1. What types/weights of oil is used and where?
    2. What amounts of oils are used?

    Thanks in advance!!

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    I think the info you need will be here.

    http://www.magura.com/en/products/ol...downloads.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by chumbacabra
    I think the info you need will be here.

    http://www.magura.com/en/products/ol...downloads.html

    good luck

    Aesome, thanks!!!! Additionaly, I thought I read somewhere that there was a off the shelf equivalent oil to use instead of the Magura "Blood Oil" I think it was just synthetic motor oil,, can anyone confirm????



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    Well decided to just go for it and used Torco Fork Oil as no one in town had Magura Blood.

    I used Torco 10 wt for dampening and Torco 20 Wt for lube in the lowers.

    The fork is much more set up for my weight now with the 10Wt oil,, less dive more preogressive,, very plush.

    All in all not to much different than doing a Reba.





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    If you want a set of seals that dont leak like the stock ones , buy some 32mm manitou genius seals as they are the same bore on the seal gland .Works great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRAKETHOMAS
    If you want a set of seals that dont leak like the stock ones , buy some 32mm manitou genius seals as they are the same bore on the seal gland .Works great.

    These??

    http://www.bikebling.com/ProductDeta...alKit&CartID=0

    BTW,,, how an the heck did you hack your Post count? Very impressive.


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    No hacking just a fellow poster with alot of info I share with you guys.Free.Yes those ones, BUT that is a steep price to pay, for seals i will ship for that price.And that way you are buying from a fellow suspension source who specializies in Suspension, which they do not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRAKETHOMAS
    No hacking just a fellow poster with alot of info I share with you guys.Free.Yes those ones, BUT that is a steep price to pay, for seals i will ship for that price.And that way you are buying from a fellow suspension source who specializies in Suspension, which they do not.
    Well at 4,294,967,295 posts, that's 4,645,809 posted a day or 193,575 an hour. Impressive.

    At any rate, do you have a website to order the seals from?


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