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45mm marzocchi's OC leaking oil from rebound adjuster

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Recently my 01 cr125 decided to cover me in fork oil without me knowing. It was spurting out around the rebound adjustment screw while i was riding. I have pulled the forks down and removed the rebound needle as i guessed this was where the problem was (i thought the O ring would be split allowing oil up the damper rod).

Turns out the O ring is intact but a loose fit in the damper rod. I also noticed there was no spring to push the rebound needle back down as in other open chamber forks.

So three questions:

1: Would that O ring be what could be causing the oil to come out around the rebound adjuster?

2: What size is the O ring that goes on the rebound needle?

3: Should there be a spring pushing the rebound needle back down?

Appreciate any help.

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are you sure it's a 45 Marzocchi?

the cr125 of 01 comes standard with a 46 KYB

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are you sure it's a 45 Marzocchi?

the cr125 of 01 comes standard with a 46 KYB

Yeah 45 marzocchi. It's on a Husqvarna cr125.

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sorry, my bad. i usually think of a Honda by hearing CR125

1) can be the cause

2) about 3.70 x 1.70 mm

3) no

when pushing the needle up and down you should feel a clear resistance. If the needle moves very, very easily or fall out by itself, the o-ring is worn

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and just to give you another option:

you can screw out the rebound adjuster screw.

On top of it there is an o-ring as well.

Could be very likely that that one is worn.

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sorry, my bad. i usually think of a Honda by hearing CR125

1) can be the cause

2) about 3.70 x 1.70 mm

3) no

when pushing the needle up and down you should feel a clear resistance. If the needle moves very, very easily or fall out by itself, the o-ring is worn

The needle just falls out of mine. I measured my o ring. Looks like similar measurements to yours. Thanks for replying.

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