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PostPosted: Sun Apr 14, 2013 7:40 pm 
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I'm looking for some bits and pieces.

2 x canti brake post studs, part number 040442

1 x STG clip, part number 040634

2 x compression rod screws, part number 040644

4 x arch screws, part number 040452

1 x aluminium skewer, part number 040625

One of the adjuster assembly caps, or more specifically the adjuster cap with the two pieces of metal rods in it and the cap o-ring with the two small holes in it, part number 040872

2 x retaining rings, part number 040640

2 x dust seals, part number 040166

1 x upper bushing, part number 040155


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 14, 2013 10:35 pm 
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Pretty much everything but the fork itself then :lol:

I used to have a lot of spares as I rebuilt a few sets but strange never ended up using riding any. I don't think I've got anything left but I do have a skewer rod from a set if manitou forks, but its not from a 3 or 4. You can have this (inc adjuster) if it might help as its no use to me.


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 14, 2013 10:45 pm 
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That would be absolutely lovely, thank you, can you PM me?


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 15, 2013 11:19 am 
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I would have to agree that you may be better off looking for a complete new fork.

The compression rod screws ...are they the ones that go in the bottom of the fork....if so then they are just tapered allan bolts. I probably have some in marine grade stainless steel you can have if you want.

Dust seals you can get from suspension fork parts (http://www.suspensionforkparts.net) and they are also going to start doing the upper and lower bushings soon too. They said early May last time i spoke to them.



LeeDevelopment wrote:
I'm looking for some bits and pieces.

2 x canti brake post studs, part number 040442

1 x STG clip, part number 040634

2 x compression rod screws, part number 040644

4 x arch screws, part number 040452

1 x aluminium skewer, part number 040625

One of the adjuster assembly caps, or more specifically the adjuster cap with the two pieces of metal rods in it and the cap o-ring with the two small holes in it, part number 040872

2 x retaining rings, part number 040640

2 x dust seals, part number 040166

1 x upper bushing, part number 040155


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