95-4310-745-000 2006 Tora Service Guide

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For exploded diagram and part number information, refer to the Spare Parts Catalog available on our website at www.rockshox.com. Information contained in this publication is subject to change at anytime without prior notice. For the latest technical information, visit our website at www.rockshox.com. Names used in this manual may be trademarks or registered trademarks of others. © SRAM Corporation ã July 2005 PN 95.4310.745.000, Rev. A 2006 TORA SERVICE GUIDE 2006 Tora Service Guide · · · · P
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  For exploded diagram and part number information, refer to the Spare Parts Catalog available on our website atwww.rockshox.com.Information contained in this publication is subject to change at anytime without prior notice.For the latest technical information, visit our website at www.rockshox.com.Names used in this manual may be trademarks or registered trademarks of others.© SRAM Corporation ã July 2005PN 95.4310.745.000, Rev. A    2   0   0   6   T   O   R   A   S   E   R   V   I   C   E    G   U   I   D   E  2 © SRAM Corporation ã 2006 T ORA S ERVICE G UIDE 2006 Tora Service Guide GETTING STARTEDTOOLSLOWER LEG REMOVAL (A IR AND U-T URN ) · Perform service every 100 hours ofriding (less depending on riding conditions and riding style). · Regular maintenance ensures your RockShox suspension fork performs as it should. · For bushing removal and installation,please reference the Bushing Service Guide. ·Right side equals rider’s right;left side equals rider’s left. 1.Remove fork from bicycle.2.Spray entire fork with isopropyl alcohol and wipe all dirt and mud from fork.Clean around dust seals and upper tubes.3.Lay tools out on work bench and create a clean work area for internal’s service.4.Place oil pan under fork on floor. · Safety Glasses · Clean Rags · Oil Pan or Bucket · Bicycle Stand / Clean Work  Table/Area · 24mm 6-point Socket · Plastic-Faced Mallet · Snap Ring Pliers (internal and external) · Shock Pump 1. Tora Air: Remove air valve cover cap from the left side air top cap (fig 1a).Depress schrader valve and remove all air from air spring chamber (fig 1b). 2. Gently pull external rebound adjuster knob and remove from right shaft bolt (fig 2). · 2mm,2.5mm,5mm Hex Wrench · Long and Short Plastic or WoodDowel,3/4 Diameter (non-metallic) ·  Torque Wrench · Sharp Pick/Dental Pick  · Oil Mixing Syringe & Measuring cup · Isopropyl Alcohol/Spray Bottle · 5wt and 15wt Suspension Oil 1a1b2 3. Using a 5mm hex wrench,loosen both shaft bolts 3 to 4turns (fig.3a). With hex wrench in shaft bolt,tap each bolt free withplastic mallet.Using your fingers,remove both shaftbolts completely (fig.3b).Using your fingers,remove shaft bolts from boththreaded shaft ends (fig.3c). 3a3b3c  PN 95.4310.745.000, R EV . A 3 2006 Tora Service Guide 4. Firmly pull the lower leg assembly down by holding eachleg or the brake arch (figs 4a/4b).Remove lower leg assembly and allow all excess oil todrain into an oil pan (fig 4c). IMPORTANT!D O NOT STRIKE OR TAP THE BRAKEARCH WITH A MALLET . T HIS DAMAGES THEMAGNESIUM . 5. Spray isopropyl alcohol onto and into each lower leg;wipe lower legs clean.Wrap a clean rag around a long dowel and clean inside of each lower leg. REMOVAL 6.  Verify all air pressure is removed from air chamber beforeproceeding.Depress schrader air valve again to removeany remaining air pressure.Using a 24mm socket wrench,loosen air top cap assembly from upper tube/crown (fig 6a).Pull top cap up and out to remove air top cap and airspring/tube assembly from upper tube/crown (figs 6b/6c). T ORA U-T URN : S KIP TO STEP 19. TORA SOLO-AIR SPRING ASSEMBLY 7. Pull top cap out ofair tube (fig 7a).Pour any air seal lubricant oil from airtube,into oil pan.Pull air shaft and air seal head from air tube.You may need to twist the air-sealto remove.Pull firmly and remove air assembly from air tube (fig 7b). 8. Spray isopropyl alcohol into upper tube (fig 8).Wrap a clean rag around a long dowel.Insert rag intoupper tube and clean inside oftube. 4a4b4c6a6b 6c7a 7b8  4 © SRAM Corporation ã 2006 T ORA S ERVICE G UIDE 2006 Tora Service Guide DISASSEMBLY & SERVICE P  ART KIT REQUIRED : T ORA S ERVICE K IT (11.4310.706.000) 10. Slide air sleeve/seal head assembly from air shaft (figs10a/10b).Pinch main air seal o-ring,and remove with a pick (fig 10c). 9. Using external snap ring pliers,remove air piston retainerring (fig 9a).Remove air piston wavy spring washer (fig 9b) and pistonfrom air shaft (fig 9c). 11. Using a sharp pick,remove inner piston o-ring.Do notscratch piston with pick (figs 11a/11b).Replace with a new o-ring and coat new o-ring with 15wtsuspension oil (fig 11c). 12. Spray air shaft head with isopropyl alcohol and wipeclean with a rag (fig 12a).Install new main air piston o-ring onto air piston (fig 12b).Insert air piston back onto air shaft head.Install spring  wavy washer onto air shaft end (fig 12c). 13. Install external retaining ring justabove wavy spring washer andsecure air piston to air shaft head(fig 13a/13b).Check retaining ring fit and makesure it is secure.Piston shouldcompress slightly with spring resistance against wavy spring  washer and retaining ring (fig 13c).Coat main air piston o-ring with 15wt suspension oil (fig 13d). 10a 10b9b9c11a 11b11c12a 12b13d10c9a12c13c13b13a
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