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Rockshox Judy Coil Spring Concern
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Hi everybody. I recently bought a second hand rockshox judy fork, it has a coil spring and I cannot find a lot of information about it online. I bought it because I couldn't find a lot of options for a 9qr mm wheel set, and I have a question, is it possible to convert that fork to an air one? As far as I know the stanchions and the body is basically the same as the solo air version, the difference is the cartridge, or is it better to keep it like it is? I'm asking just because I don't know if the model I have is serviceable.
Thanks a lot.
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#2
Best to leave it alone, and purchase an air fork complete.
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