With regards to a previous posters view on Fox forks, all of mine have been excellent and needed no maintenance, even when I lived in the Peaks.
They did have a bad reputation for stanchion wear on earlier models, but I think some of this was down to poor maintenance by the owners.
Just reread what I wrote.....not that clear.
I did nothing other than keep mine clean, lube the seals after cleaning the bike and they were fine, no issues whatsoever. When I worked in a shop, people would bring in forks that were a few years old complaining that the stanchions were worn and it was clear that their bikes had never been washed or treated with any for of mechanical sympathy since they first bought it.
These are most likely the people who then went hell for leather slagging off Fox forks....after all if you're happy with something you don't shout it from the roof tops, however when you are unhappy you tell the whole world!
The whole stanchion wear thing got blown out of proportion - Marzocchi never get beaten with that stick despite a lot of Z150's losing their coating. I know when I was looking for forks, there were a few pairs of Pikes that were suffering too.
No product is infallible and there will always be issues.....my Pike's were a pain, but for many RS can do no wrong.
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