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    sticky Rockshox Judy silver tk

    Hey all

    Any success in getting rid of the notchiness in the Judy silver tk? Is it the fork seals causing this or the internal bushings? Currently have the bike hanging to see if getting some oil/grease on the wipers/seals will help. None of my Manitou's do this.

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    Most likely dry seals and foam rings. A good cleaning and service should get it back to normal. 50 hours can be pushing it with most forks. Some will argue otherwise by it's my opinion.

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    I should have also noted, the fork is essentially brand new.

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    All of the new RS forks I've opened up have been short on lube. Despite it being new, I would do a lower leg service on it. It's easy enough to do once you've looked at a few youtube vids and collected the bits you need. The fork will be fine after that.

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