Hi all. I have what I believe is a 2000 Rock Shox SID 100 fork. Nearly all the stickers are long gone from this fork, but I know it's a SID. It was the OE fork on my 2000 Schwinn 4-Banger that I bought in 2008, though I'm not using this fork on that bike anymore. Here is the fork:
RockShox SID 100 | Dirt Rag Magazine
This fork has a small air valve on top of each leg, which requires the use of the Rock Shox adapter. There are no valves on the bottom of the legs, and the right leg has a rebound adjuster. The fork works great on the bike I have it on, and there's no need to replace it for this application.
My question is: Is one of the air chambers the negative chamber? I would assume since both are on top that both have to be positives, but I can't confirm that and can't find any documentation that matches this fork online. I've found several 2000 SID shop manuals with instructions on how to tear it down, but the 2000 owners manual I found talked about an air valve on the bottom of the left for leg for the negative, which this fork does not have.
Anyone have any info on this sucker buried in their brains? Thanks.
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