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    Anyone with intimate knowledge of the PUSH pike rebound piston?

    Should the nut on the end be nipped up?

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    There is no bolt on the end.

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    Is that a Fox Fork?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vespasianus
    Is that a Fox Fork?
    Nope, RS. It's just Push's upgraded piston on the right.
    "It's only when you stand over it, you know, when you physically stand over the bike, that then you say 'hey, I don't have much stand over height', you know"-T. Ellsworth

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    Quote Originally Posted by PUSHIND
    There is no bolt on the end.

    Darren
    Sorry, i meant the nut that can be seen in the picture at the top of the rebound assembly.

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    Better question is when will the factory fork system be back online for us to order
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    that's the stupidest idea this side of pinkbike.

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    Better question is when will the factory fork system be back online for us to order
    Looks like Tuesday of next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guitarhero
    Should the nut on the end be nipped up?
    I'd say yes if its job if to clamp down on the shim stack. I can't see a reason why it should be loose?

    And, PUSHIND, it's really sad that you apparently can't be bothered to answer someone's simple question about one of your products. Says a lot about you.

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    EmanResu,

    There must be some kind of misunderstanding here. I think my participation on the boards is well documented in providing detailed information about all of the things that we do. I thought that I had answered the OP's question? I didn't realize the term "nipped up" meant tight. My bad.

    Darren

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    This appears to be a simple miscommunication due to dialect differences. Or, if you brits learned how to speak proper english.....

    Nipped up? How did you guys come up with that?
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    it goes... loose > finger tight > nipped up > bastard tight > stripped

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    Ah, thank you Guitar hero. You have expanded my brit vocabulary. Prior to this, the only terms I knew were buggered up, bugger off, and piss off.
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    Okay, based on that...yes, it should be nipped up. The exact spec is 35in/lbs. We recommend that you clean the threads and apply a light drop of blue thread lock as well.

    Darren

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    Quote Originally Posted by PUSHIND
    EmanResu,

    There must be some kind of misunderstanding here. I think my participation on the boards is well documented in providing detailed information about all of the things that we do. I thought that I had answered the OP's question? I didn't realize the term "nipped up" meant tight. My bad.

    Darren
    Sorry, just seemed like you were being weird about it which I didn't understand as it seemed like an honest question.

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