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Climb mode is actually very good because as I said earlier in this thread, it isn't rigidly locked out. Inbred Rigid 29er SinglespeedOn-One Lurcher 29er Race Build2012 Kharma Race2013 Zesty 314Strava Top jairaj Posts: 2892 Joined: Mon Feb 25, 2008 17:26 pm Quote Postby jairaj » Mon Feb 08, 2010 The service interval for your fork is around 50 hours. I wrote on another forum, and some guy mentioned worn pink glide ring (internals of the damper system), which freaked me out a bit. have a peek at this web-site

Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... Does anyone know the service bulletin number or can shoot me a link to the Fox posting? Westwoodstom Tom 175 views 0:41 HORQUILLA FOX CTD 2014 MANUAL A REMOTO - Duration: 10:38. Really you should be in "descend" mode for steep climbing so that your head angle gets nice and steep and so the fork soaks up the rough stuff better, keeping your

Fox Float Lockout Not Working

Climb mode on a rear shock puts your drive forces to the ground more efficiently, gets your weight forward and head angle steep. although I assume by 'fully closed' it turned in the - direction?? Posted 7 years ago # Telemaster18 - Member Thanks guys, sorted with just a few pushes of the fork down. Register now!

Reply With Quote 11-13-2012 #11 ColinL mtbr member Reputation: Join Date Feb 2012 Posts 2,947 75psi is probably too little sag, considering I weigh 170 and run 68-72 in a 32mm Something to do with air and the oil mixing causing bubbles or something ( my shonky memory here) but worked fine after that. One more step Please complete the security check to access www.socaltrailriders.org Why do I have to complete a CAPTCHA? Fox Rear Shock Ctd Not Working i have turned the lockout fulll clockwise and re fitted the lever but still nothing any suggestions appreciated dean i would rather be on mary towneley Top Mancunianfightingcat Posts: 1977 Joined:

there is a definate change from lockout and not locked out so something is happening more help please i would rather be on mary towneley Top jairaj Posts: 2892 Joined: Mon When it's turned all the way clockwise to a stop, it's "locked out". We would like to hear from you. I've done that to a RS Monarch and it blew the lockout and the second time to blew the nitrogen into the oil....

CloudFlare Ray ID: 301419172518223a • Your IP: • Performance & security by CloudFlare Home Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Media Search Media New Media Classifieds How to Use the Classifieds Fox Float Ctd Rear Shock Problems http://www.vorb.org.nz/lockout-not-working-fox-float-t105145.html #6 - Jun 11, 2010 (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored Content Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with What exactly is the CTD function? Set rebound to min.

Fox Float Ctd Not Locking Out

I doubt you've ridden a Fox CTD equipped bike. It doesn't involve breaking into the cartridge and should take a good mechanic about 20-30 minutes. Fox Float Lockout Not Working I'd recommend getting it serviced, and new dust seals, ASAP. Fox Rear Shock Lockout Not Working Lower speeds (XC) = less compression damping, more rebound damping.

Reply With Quote 11-14-2012 #16 ryguy135 mtbr member Reputation: Join Date Sep 2010 Posts 874 Originally Posted by ColinL This post is absurd. Check This Out Trails / Hot Deals/ ALL Forums 27.5 29er 29er Components All Mountain Downhill-Freeride Fat Bikes General Wheels & Tires Brake Time Beginners Corner Drivetrain Passion Singlespeed Suspension Vintage XC Racing cannondale Fox shocks are very tune-able in so many ways, they aren’t really a stock item and a bike manufacturer will specify a specific tune to suit their frame. If you have noted a sudden change in performance then chances are that there has been a leak somewhere in the damping circuit. Suspension Lockout Not Working

Got around 3km into it and guess what the full lockout failed again. FOX 277,809 views 1:57 Fox Float CTD Dämpfer Service - Duration: 1:03. I initially thought you meant just the lockout on the fork. Source I just use it to get to and from work, it was practically new when I bought it.

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Can't remember where I found this out but if you leave the bike upside down for a few hours/overnight, then put it back upright, turn off the lockout and pump the You just need to dial all the rebound off and turn the lockout to the fully open position and cycle the fork through its travel a few times. Ditch it. Fox Ctd Climb Mode Not Working That'll cause the lockout to stop working for a bit.

Basically when going down hills I used full suspension, half lockout for most riding whilst sitting and full lock out when ever i get out of the saddle which is quite Dismiss Notice Lockout Not Working On Fox Float Discussion in 'The Shop' started by ccoutts, Mar 9, 2010. Theme designed by Audentio Design. have a peek here By letting the air out of the spring, or removing the spring if vanillas, it is much easier to push the fork all the way down.

V Franke 76,619 views 18:09 How To Service a Fox Float fork - basic fork maintenance - Flow Mountain Bike - Duration: 10:16. I run a SID XX (AMAZING FREAKING FORK!!!). Reply With Quote 11-13-2012 #12 Matty F mtbr member Reputation: Join Date Sep 2011 Posts 265 The CTD acronym I find to be terribly misleading. With no time left to change before race I simply pumped more air into them to make up for no lock out.

That's your problem. bikeradararchive 119,970 views 1:30 How To Lock In Unlockable Front Forks On A Mountain Bike - Duration: 3:33. they won't lock out 100% rigid. Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video?

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