I'm having problems bleeding the inner chamber and hope you can help. I've worked on this style of fork before and never had a problem but these forks were previous modified by a local suspension shop and I have a feeling they messed something up. 1. When I bleed the inner chamber and get all done I normally push the rebound rod into the chamber to release any excess oil. As you know it will blow out the two holes on the side of the chamber. With this fork just as soon as I start pushing on the rod, oil starts coming out the two holes and the rod will not even start to extend on it's own. 2. The suspension shop was suppose to have changed the TC pressure springs and I kind of think that might be the problem. On these forks there is about a half inch of free play between the spring and the floating plastic piston. I'm thinking that the springs they put in are to short. Shouldn't the spring at least come close to contacting the piston? Any help you can give will be appreciated.