Set the compression check limiter/spring perch (PN 210-22-316) onto the retaining clip; the larger OD side contacts the retaining clip. Replace its blue u-cup seal with the smaller of the two seals in the replacement seal kit. Damper-side oil bath 30.0 Spring-side oil bath 30.0 FOX Float Fluid Air Chamber 5.0 30) 2011-2012 F120(FIT Terralogic damper) FOX Red 10 wt. Damper-side oil bath 20.0 Spring-side oil bath 20.0 FOX Float Fluid Air Chamber 5.0 12) 2010-2012 «831»(FIT RLC damper) FOX Red 10 wt.
Start turning the rebound dial clockwise a few clicks at a time, and test each change by opening your hands and pushing down hard on the bars. Damper-side oil bath 160.0 Spring-side oil bath 40.0 FOX Float Fluid Air Chamber 5.0 80) 2011-2013 36 VAN 170 & 180(FIT RC2 damper) FOX Red 10 wt. Jim says the whole process can be done by hand, with no tools beyond a shock pump. To prove how simple a task it is, we installed the spacers in the trailhead parking lot. Piston Attached to Coupler If your compression piston remains attached to the coupler, use the outer Fox piston removal tool (398-00-504), a 1/4″ drive ratchet, and a ratchet extension with a 5 mm hex internally inserted through the body from the bottom, to remove the piston from the coupler. Push the bladder ring towards the topcap, as indicated below. Be sure NOT to clamp over the smooth band on the body, but below it. As shown, anchor the coupler with a 1/4″ drive ratchet and extension with a 5 mm hex internally inserted through the body from the bottom. Clean the shaft clamps and shaft with isopropyl alcohol, before gently but securely clamping the rebound shaft.
Damper-side oil bath 165.0 Spring-side oil bath 10.0 FOX Float Fluid Main Chamber 3.0 Negative Chamber 3.0 25) 2011-2012 TALAS 29 120(FIT RLC damper) FOX Red 10 wt. Damper-side oil bath 160.0 Spring-side oil bath 30.0 FOX Float Fluid Air Chamber 5.0 18) 2011-2012 F29 80(FIT Terralogic damper) FOX Red 10 wt. Clamp the cartridge body to install the valve stack in its original sequence. Be sure to place the compression piston in its correct orientation, the beveled end oriented towards the topcap. Grease the rebound needle o-ring with slick honey, and drop the rebound needle and spring into the damper tube. The debut of its volume spacer kit gives rank-and-file riders an inexpensive tuning tool that previously was a professional-only option.Why Change the Shock’s Compression Ratio?Before we get started, a brush-up on air springs and spring rates may be helpful. Climb mode is a very firm low-speed compression setting (not designed to be a solid lockout). This setting is most useful for climbing and sprinting.