Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: North Carolina, USA
Model: 1500 & 1800
As posted before, I just changed my front forks, and at first got no reading on the air pressure dash gauge. Then after reseating the forks, it went to 5 pounds.
On the trip to Pa., I hit the auto switch for the air because it seemed to be riding low in the back, it went to 93 in the back. A few minutes later, maybe 15 minutes, it seemed low again, so I hit the auto button again and the dash gauge went from 93 to 52 and pumped it back up to 93, but the front went to 32.
I did this many times over the course of the trip and over time, I noticed the readings on the front would go up. The highest reading was 41 psi. As soon as the compressor would shut off, I would hit the decrease button for the front and immediately, the dash gauge went to 14, still twice as much as needed, but no matter how many times I could hit the decrease switch, it would not go below 14 psi.
The rears however wouldn't hold pressure for more than a few minutes.
Is there something related here?
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