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FOX Racing Shox Float Fluid Pillow Pack


Item # FRS0101

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Item # FRS0101

Protect your seals.

For all of the fun and excitement your Fox Float suspension provides, don't you think that it's time you take care of it? The Fox Float Fluid Pillow Pack does just that. With five CCs of anti-friction goodness, the Pillow Pack will breathe life into your Float's seals. The fluid uses a blend of Fox's own anti-friction additives and Molybdenum to lubricate and protect your seals from abrasive wear and tear.

The Fox Float Fluid Pillow Pack is available in a five cc pack, and is only recommended for use with Fox Float suspension products.

Tech Specs

Fox Float fluid
5 cc
Recommended Use:
Fox suspension fork service

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5 5

Give your suspension some love

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Fox typically includes any pillow packs that may be needed for their fork?s air chambers or rear shock seal kits. This is helpful if you lose them, but probably most helpful for those looking to make their fork more progressive (ramp up faster). You can do that by adding one of these pillow packs in the air chamber of the fork. Just air down the fork, remove the Schrader valve, add the pillow pack, install the Schrader, and air up the fork. Keep in mind you may want to run a bit less air pressure.

5 5

Protect that investment

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

You change your oil on your car, why not on your bike? Your rear shock sees abuses you don't even know about, so get a seal kit, get some float fluid, and clean that sucker. You'll be glad you did, there's a video of how-to on the interwebs, and its easy. Also good for as a work around on your Fox Forks to prevent diving.