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Old 07-19-03, 09:35 PM   #1
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Rock Shox Judy TT

I need instructions on how to service a 2001 Rock Shox Judy TT. Ive gone to the website but it hasn't provided me with any useful information. Any sort of help would be nice.
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Old 07-19-03, 09:40 PM   #2
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Try looking at the last chapter of Barnett's Manuals. I think that has a section on the RS Judy TT.
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If memory serves me correctly it is a single sided coil spring. so lubing the coil spring and bushings is all that it needs. Of course make sure all of that stuff is clean reassemble and go ride.
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Also if memory serves me correctly, those were the forks that Rock Shox recalled to dealers for compression rod replacement due to a high rate of breakage. IF your fork has gold allen bolts in the bottom of the legs then yours have been replaced - if they are black you better visit your dealer. Hunter is right, this fork is extremely simple to rebuild.

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