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How To Disassemble/Clean/Lube/Re-assemble RST 191 CS Forks/Shocks

I show how to tear down, lubricate, and rebuild RST 191CS suspension forks/shocks. These shocks were on a Trek 820 mountain bike. Basic maintenance/service to keep your suspension working and from becoming stiff or frozen. The grease I used is Slickoleum AKA Slick Honey.

How To Make Adjuster Cap Wrench For RST Forks

RST Adjuster Cap tools are hard to find. I haven’t found a plae where I can buy one. So I decided the make my own homemade wrench to remove the adjuster cap. I just bought a cheap 1 inch combination wrench at a junk shop and used a Dremel tool. After this video, I made …Read more »

RockShox Indy S Shocks/Forks Service – Disassembly/Clean/Lube/Assembly

I show how to disassemble, clean, lubricate, and re-assemble Rock Shox Indy S suspension forks. This maintenance is recommended every year or 100 hours of riding. The docs say to use 8W. but I used 5W oil, because that is what I had. Tekton Extra Long Hex Bit Socket Set: https://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B001NT2LK4/ref=nosim/youtube25-20

Repairing Seized SR Suntour T890 Forks – Disassemble/Clean/Lube

These SR Suntour T890 forks/shocks were completely frozen. The problem seemed to be rust and a lack of lubrication which probably also allowed the rust. I took them apart, cleaned them as best as I could, lubed them and put them back together again. They are still a little bit stiff, but I think they …Read more »

Disassembly/maintenance of RockShox Jett C Shocks/Forks

I explain and show how to overhaul (disassemble, clean, lube and reassemble) a pair of RockShox Jett C forks. RockShox recommends this service after every month or 25 hours of riding as normal maintenance. The extra long hex socket I used was part of this set: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B001NT2LK4/ref=nosim/rjthebikeguy-20