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I have a 636 with only 150 miles on it. I was adjusting the suspension the other day and noticed something weird. While I was screwing out the rebound on the left inverted fork, I noticed that there were some oily bubbles coming out of the top of the fork. Then I noticed that the silver aluminum area that circles the gold anodized fork was a little wet with oil. I then bent down to adjust the compression and noticed that the left fork adjustment was not as crisp as the right fork's adjustment. Do you guys think I need a new left fork. Its still under warranty of course...

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Yup, take it back to the dealer immediately, before you get oil on one of your brake rotors, and have an accident.

And try to avoid doing Dukes of Hazzard type jumps next time ;)
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With only 150 miles you would have to have dropped the front down pretty hard a couple times! Sounds like a factory defect.
 
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