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    Tool for internal guides fox

    Any tool for dissasembly the internal guides in the fox forks?

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    What do you mean by "internal guides"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad mechanic View Post
    What do you mean by "internal guides"?
    in the lowers of fork, there are two "bearings" (dont say in english)

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    You must mean the bushings in the fork lower.

    Here is the tool(s)..

    Using the FOX-BBI Fork Bushing Tool

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    Why do you need to remove those? That's not something that usually has to be done.

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    yessss. the bushings. But there are any other tool same this, because the BBI cost 800

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    Because after 7000 Km i will must see that and isnt money. If i see the stachtions loose the colour this is a big,big problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by reign0 View Post
    Because after 7000 Km i will must see that and isnt money. If i see the stachtions loose the colour this is a big,big problem
    I didn't understand any of this, but you can make the tools yourself at home:
    DIY Fork Bushing Removal & Installation

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    Sounds like the stanchions are losing their coating (color) perhaps

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    That's something you're better off sending out to ha e done. Not many shops can recoupe the price of that tool much less a consumer. Once the new bushings are installed they also need to be sized, which is yet another tool.

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