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    lyrik dampener Orings

    Does anyone know what orings I need for a 2009 lyrik dampener? I am back in South Africa where I can finaly stock up on bearings and orings. My lyrik was leaking oil from the top of the
    dampener and after striping it down I found a couple of orings which could be the cause. I brought
    The needle with the 2 orings I thought needed replacing only to get to the local supplier and find I
    Have lost one of them. I still have the really small one that fits on the needle but not the other
    One, I left the rest of the dampener in Korea so now I am kinda stuck. If any of you guys know all
    The required orings, for the whole fork wood be sweet, I wood be stoked to get while I can.
    From my understanding the Totem dampener uses the same orings? For the price I plan to get a
    Few of all the sizes and be good for a while.
    I just want to ride.

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    Well you could check the RS exploded diagrams and check the part number.

    Btw, its damper not dampener.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tacubaya
    ...its damper not dampener.


    I thought this was settled. Check the dictionary sir...they're the same (synonyms).

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    I don't have a connection in South Africa so this is getting typed on a blackberry, hence the typos.
    I am trying to get info using this tiny screen and my trip to the I cafe didn't yield much. Thanks for
    The tip on an exploded drawing, I will see what I can dig up.
    I just want to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pau11y


    I thought this was settled. Check the dictionary sir...they're the same (synonyms).
    Quoting MTG from Ridemonkey:

    At a previous job, where we did a lot of damper work, I used to joke around about the tendency to add extra syllables to the word "damping", so I started calling it "damplenering". If one extra syllable is good, then several extra syllables must be great!
    And btw, searched the dictionary and the first definition was: To make damp.
    Seached the dictionary for damper and this came up: A device that eliminates or progressively diminishes vibrations or oscillations.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pau11y


    I thought this was settled. Check the dictionary sir...they're the same (synonyms).

    I have never seen the word "dampener" on a suspension web site of any kind.

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