Can you remove remote lockout to a fork?

Can you remove remote lockout to a fork?

If yours isn’t like that, then yes you can remove it completely without issue. Most forks with remote lockout also have a manually switchable top cap or damper assembly available that can replace the remote lockout top cap. That is easy for a shop that deals with any kind of suspension work to source and install.

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How does a remote lockout work?

A Remote Lockout System is a lockout fork which can be controlled by a dial placed upon the handlebar of the MTB. The advantage of a Remote Lockout System is that it isn’t necessary to get off of the Bicycle to engage the lock. On a challenging trail, with lots of ups and downs, this can be really helpful.

Can I add remote lockout?

It is uncommon to be able to retrofit a remote lockout on any fork even if a similar model has it available. To answer your question directly, no, a remote lockout cannot be installed on any fork.

How does fork lockout work?

The lockout and rebound systems work by using pressurized oil to change the speed of compression and decompression. A completely disengaged lockout will allow the oil to flow quickly through the chamber while a fully-locked suspension will completely restrict the flow of the oil.

When should I lock my mountain bike forks?

The best time to lock out the suspension on your mountain bike is when you are doing a long non-technical trail climb or riding a long distance on a flat surface. Lockouts are typically used at specific times to help prevent wasting pedaling energy in the form of bobbing of the suspension.

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