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The fork bushings getting toasted is one part blessing, one part curse. Blessing being that it happened within the warranty period but curse that instead of just replacing the wear item you need to replace the entire lower. Sram isn't the only one that goes this route unfortunately, but if this would happen outside of a warranty period the cost of the swap is plenty high enough to point one to a new fork instead of repair. I am trying mighty hard to not get all ol'man here about how fork bushings used to be easily replaced by a shop, and that's mighty difficult to keep in check.
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