How To Service Your Fox Suspension Fork Lower Legs | Mountain Bike Maintenance

How To Service Your Fox Suspension Fork Lower Legs | Mountain Bike Maintenance
Time to service your forks? Here’s our pro guide to making your Fox suspension forks like new again. This one is quite an advanced service so don’t be afraid to take your forks to a bike shop!

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Servicing your own suspension is an advanced job, but, the more you ride and the harder you ride, the more you’ll need to service your forks. What we’re saying is that if you want to get more out of your bike, it pays to know how to service things like this.

Fox’s pro mechanic Jordi stepped in to help out and show you exactly how to service the lowers on your Fox Forks. This is a job that Fox recommend doing about once per 100 hours riding.

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