Hydraulic noise from front fork

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  1. Schoey

    Schoey New Member

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    I have just replaced springs and fork oil in front forks. Ohlins internals (compression on left, rebound on right side). After a couple pushes on the forks, the rebound cycle starts making hydraulic noise and gets progressively worse. Is this just air in the dampener and will work itself out, or do I have to remove the fork cap, remove spring and pump the cartridge to remove the air that way? Then I would have to re-measure fork oil (air gap) again, right?
     

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