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I am looking for a parts diagram for a 2008 Fuji Roubiax - mainly the fork and bearing assembly.

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If, it was me, I would take it to a dealer and let them adjust or rebuild it. If, you do not have the right tools you can do more damage than good. See it all of the time.

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