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Rock Shox Ario and Monarch service
#1
Probably covered in the forks link to the technical documents but this is a nice guide with photos from Bikeradar

http://www.bikeradar.com/mtb/gear/articl...ocks-26080

Note: DUMP THE AIR FROM THE SHOCK FIRST
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#2
I saw that yesterday and thought it looked quite easy. May give it a go one day.
By coincidence Fishers have just repaired a faulty air valve under warranty on mine...1 week turnaround and it was actually 2 months out of warranty....good service. Picking it up later for Halfords Dorking.
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#3
I got my bike back tonight with the repaired shock. Being a little dim when it comes to things like this I didnt bother to look closely at it until I got to Holmbury.
When I went to set up the sag I stuck my normal 90psi in and it sagged to 60%. I stuck a little more in and got little improvement. In the end I stuck 155psi in and it was about right. Then I noticed that my Monarch 3.1 now has the can from a Monarch 4.2. But the top part with knobs is from is from my original shock so no lockout still.
It rides fine. But wtf? Do I now have a better shock?
Ill be phoning Fishers tomorrow to ask but in the meantime I thought I would seek some Sketchy opinions...
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