Read a few posts about people having issues with damaging the comp assembly clicker on these forks. General rule is to be careful and not over torque when seating the needle (full clicks in). Today I noticed one of my clickers was somewhat binding up, especially when trying to change directions. I pulled the whole fork down, and even on its own it still didn't want to thread in and back cleanly without sometimes hanging up and requiring a bit more force than it should. I used some suspension fluid at the clicker, and also at the needle end (kind of soaked the lot) and with some movement its come good and working just like the other one.. but it has got me thinking. Is this common? Is it from making too many adjustments in the dirt/dust, or could it be water/cleaning products have sat around the clicker for a bit and started to seize it up. I'm leaning towards the later, so make sure you dry the fork cap well. Compressed air probably only helps force water where it shouldn't be.. and I'm not sure how some penetrating oils will go on the rubber seals.