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    Lockout level on Fox Fork

    Hi,

    I have a Fox Talas fork with remote lockout, the remote stuff was broken in a crash and I bought a non-remote blue lockout level from fox and can't seem to install it. It became loose when I turn the rebound know anti-clockwise. I suspect some parts are missing. Here is a picture of the lockout level from Fox. Can someone with a Fox Fork offer some advice?

    Thanks,

    Lee.
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    screw lockout! I always forget my rlc even has it.
    Sorry, can't help you as I've never taken those knobs apart. I could be wrong, but on the install screw, try some blue loc-tite?
    Schralp it Heavy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hkbiker
    Hi,

    I have a Fox Talas fork with remote lockout, the remote stuff was broken in a crash and I bought a non-remote blue lockout level from fox and can't seem to install it. It became loose when I turn the rebound know anti-clockwise. I suspect some parts are missing. Here is a picture of the lockout level from Fox.
    If you look at the manual, it tells you everything you need to know: Fox Forx manual

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    Set screws and chrome balls

    Thanks Olak, realized I am missing 3 set screws and chrome balls.

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