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Fox RP23 maintenance
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My question is on regular maintenance. When the piston appear dry, the fox instructions say to lubricate it, but I'm not sure exactly how. Do I have to take the shock apart? I once heard a fellow biker say that he removed the core of the schrader valve and used a syringe to inject fluid there. What should I do?
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Did you try to email Fox Shocks for help?
Good maintenance to your Bike, can make it like the wheels are, true and smooth!
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