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    rock shox xx xloc dual lock one switcher?

    is it possible use a one xloc switch to control front fork and rear shock to complete lockout of front and rear simultaneus? is necessary same lenght of line oils, if using a "T" junction?

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    Rock Shox says no. The volume of oil being pushed by the lever would have to be twice as much to actuate two devices, and even then it may not work for other reasons.

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    which theses uses double oil volume? fork or shock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ftajiri View Post
    which theses uses double oil volume? fork or shock?
    It's not that one uses double the oil volume, it's that the lever pushes a set volume of oil to fully activate one lockout. If you use a junction to push oil to both the front and rear suspension, half of the oil volume will be pushed to the front, half to the rear.

    As kdiddy mentioned, there could potentially be other complications as well.

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    Is this really true? I have two Xloc front and rear and both Xloc's don't come all the way back when locked out (which is when the button is out). It only travels a short distance to unlock the shocks and I'm thinking if you can put a T inline and bleed the system with the button all the way out, maybe it would have enough volume to unlock both.
    Does anyone know how much pressure and volume is required to unlock them?

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    Just get this:
    XLoc Full Sprint | SRAM
    and be done with it.

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