Changing fork seals on a 2007 990 for a friend of mine and I've run into a problem. When I turned the fork upside down to drain the oil the following fell out: Which is according to the parts diagram is a rebound needle. This will be my third set of 990 forks that I have changed the oil or seals and have never seen this part fall out. It did not fall out of the other fork and that one went back together just fine. So after it fell out I put it back on the rebound adjustment rod put it back in the catridge. It looked like it would work, but when bleeding the air bubbles out the oil comes up through the catridge spindle which pushes the rebound rod up. I know you are not supposed to have oil coming out of there. Any suspension guys out there know what is going on? I really don't want to screw anything up.