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    Stiff Fox Float rl

    As the title says my Rear fox float is wicked stiff. Can't see anything obviously wrong. Even when upressured, air sleeve removed it's it's hard to cycle. Any suggestions?

    Thanks in advance

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    Stiff Fox Float rl

    As I recall, there is no "open" on the Float RL. Only switches between propedal and lockout. If it's working correctly it's gonna be stiff.
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    My bad I'm used to a coil and assume w/ everthing dissengaged it would be more free. Thanks.

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    Roger Roger

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    surely you cant be serious!



    I am serious! And dont dont call me shirley

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    everybody line up in procession and let's slap some sense into this topic!

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    Stiff Fox Float rl

    They just don't make movies like that these days.
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