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    Fox 32 RLC Oil weight

    Looking to service the forks, anyone know what weight oil I'll need? I'm about 15 stone and off to Wales this weekend for a bit of Cwm Carn 5 or 10wt.

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    Re: Fox 32 RLC Oil weight

    Hi Remedy,

    36 Talas requires 7wt, not knowing the exact year etc of your forks difficult to say but here's a link as a starting point.
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    http://www.foxracingshox.com/fox_tec...s/06_36_en.pdf
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    Re: Fox 32 RLC Oil weight

    Sorry,

    Here's a link to all of the workshop manuals:-

    http://www.foxracingshox.com/fox_tech_center/index.htm
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    Re: Fox 32 RLC Oil weight

    Found it ta, just off to get some 7wt.

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    Re: Fox 32 RLC Oil weight

    Remedy,

    Can you post back and let me know how long it took and how complicated a job it is, I've not tackled forks yet.

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    Re: Fox 32 RLC Oil weight

    Well that wasn't too bad, I only changed the oil and cleaned the seals up but replacing the seals shouldn't take much longer. Took about an hour and a half, that included running up and down stairs to read the manual thats on the PC and trying to get the kids settled. Now I know what to do should only take about half an hour.

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