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    2001 Sid XC Hydra Air

    What all is involved in rebuilding one of these? Im planning on purchasing a used one for a very good price it just needs to have it gone over and rebuilt. What am I looking at for this rebuild?

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    Main thing is replacing the o-ring on the air piston's. Those tend to go after a few years. Otherwise the Hydraair system is pretty reliable. o-rings are the only replacement parts still avaialable, so if anything else is messed up, you'll be looking for a dual air spring assembly and a MC damper....

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    Very simple rebuild. I serviced my 00 sid XC last year.
    See the Angry Asian site for rebuild tips:

    http://www.angryasian.com/index.php?...al=1&x=80&y=14

    And a Rock Shox service PDF for SID forks:

    http://www.sram.com/_media/techdocs/...rviceGuide.pdf

    Another useful guide:

    http://www.sram.com/_media/techdocs/...ervice_I_D.pdf

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    Thanks

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    So just replacing the O-rings is all I really need to do. And I can get those at the hardware store.

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