I just had my Junior T fork rebuilt and was told by the mechanic that I would need to purge/bleed it to get the air out. He told me that Marzocchi doesnt recommend doing it until it is installed back on the bike with the wheel on to keep from damaging it. How do I purge/bleed it? Ive already put it back on the bike, but when you turn the fork upside down or sideways, you can hear bubbling inside. Any help is greatly appreciated as I couldnt find anything on this anywhere... Thanks!
'05 Felt F55, Schwinn Prologue road bike, '86 Centurion DS Iron Man, Sette Flite AM MTB
I don't know the answer, but some folks here might.
Originally Posted by KrisPistofferson
racer x flies across cobblestones with a grimace of determination, three feet of seatpost, bars level with ankles, carbon fiber frame with Kryptonite lugs and a millimeter clearance between the fork and the 700x21c tires. This gives everyone a *****