2005 Stance

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2005 Stance Service Manual
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Table of Contents
Description Introduction Front Suspension Terminology Disassembly/ Assembly Instructions Travel Adjust Systems: Wind Down Air Assist Troubleshooting Tips Remote Lockout Service Instructions Lockout Troubleshooting Tips Bushing Removal and Installation Instructions Troubleshooting ChartStance: Schematic and Torque Specifications Stance Service Kit List Page 3 4 8 12 14 15 17 18 27 29 30

Contact Information
Answer Products Customer Service Department 28209 Ave. Stanford Valencia, CA 91355 Toll Free: Direct: FAX: E-mail: Web site: (800) 423-0273 (661) 257-4411 (661) 775-1798 warranty@answerproducts.com tech@answerproducts.com www.answerproducts.com

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INTRODUCTION
This manual is intended to guide the user through basic service of Manitou Stance front forks. Service is supported by the identification of common parts and assemblies that have been assembled into Service Kits. The purpose of this manual will be to describe conditions that may drive the need for service and to provide installation instructions for the kits. Due tothe time-consuming nature of suspension fork service, at this time our primary focus is to offer service kits that minimize the amount of downtime and labor involved.

Important information is highlighted in this manual by the following notations: WARNING Failure to follow WARNING instructions could result in severe injury or death to the person inspecting or repairing the suspension fork orthe user. CAUTION A CAUTION a caution indicates special precautions that must be taken to avoid damage to the product. NOTE A NOTE provides key information to make procedures easier or clearer

GENERAL WARNING: Suspension forks by design contain gases and fluids under extreme pressure and warnings contained in this manual must be observed to reduce the possibility of injury or possible death.Following these instructions can help you reduce the risk of being injured. Any questions in regards to the information in this manual should be directed to Answer Products Customer Service at (661) 257-4411. WARNING: The Stance uses compressed air to provide fluid pressure in the damping system and spring resistance in Air models. BOTH systems must be relieved of pressure prior to servicing thesesystems. Failure to relieve air pressure could result in injury or possible death. CAUTION: The Stance suspension fork uses precision machined aluminum and other soft alloy components. Using correct tools for assembly is essential to prevent damage.

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FRONT SUSPENSION TERMINOLOGY
Air Cap – Top cap that threads into top of air/spring leg (this is theleft leg of the fork as you are seated on the seat). Forks may be controlled with an air/spring or a coil spring. The air cap contains the Schrader Valve, which is used to control the spring rate or SAG of air forks. Air Spring – A mechanism that is used to control the SAG of an air fork. Arch – A support that connects the two outer lower legs of the casting so as to keep them moving in unison.Black Nitrate Leg Coating – New coating for steel stanchion legs that reduces stiction. Boss – The word used to describe an outer casting that has brake posts for V-brakes or cantilever brakes. Bottom Out Bumper – A rubber or elastomer device that absorbs the shock that occurs when a suspension is compression to its limit. Bushings – A cylindrical sleeve between a fork stanchion tube (inner leg) anda fork outer casting (slider), which facilitates the sliding movement between these two parts. Coil Spring Air Assist – A new feature for 2005 that utilizes a full length coil spring and allows you to increase the spring rate of the fork by adding air as a booster to that coil spring. Coil Spring – A coiled piece of metal that acts as a spring to help suspend a fork. Compression – The phase of...
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