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Removing My Rear Shock
#1
Somehow my shock, which started losing air a couple of days before Wales, made it through the 3 days riding.
But now I want to sent it away for a service/repair. I have no idea how to do this so could somebody give me a brief run through of how I remove it? any pearls of wisdom etc?
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#2
Just unbolt and go ? Might need 2 same size allen keys to stop the bolt spinning around but other then that its simple !
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#3
Yes it is quite easy as it will have a simple nut and bolt at each end. Careful not to loose any bushings or bearings in the mountings. Tip learned from Tinc if you are doing without rear wheel in, tie wrap the "swing arm" in one position to save it from floating around and damaging itself without the shock in place.
Don't forget Mr Lagging can get discount on shock servicing (I think) Smile
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#4
Cheers chaps.

"Abzz" Wrote:Don't forget Mr Lagging can get discount on shock servicing (I think) Smile
I think he has a Mojo account which seems to be Fox only. Mine is a Rockshox Monarch.
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#5
"Blackers" Wrote:Cheers chaps.


I think he has a Mojo account which seems to be Fox only. Mine is a Rockshox Monarch.

Oh bummer  Sad
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#6
Fisher outdoor do RockShox servicing, cheaper than TF Tuned I think.
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#7
Could somebody tell me who I contact for Rockshox/Sram Warranty issues in the UK? My tinternet is down and its a pain to research on my mobile.
Cheers.
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#8
Fisher outdoor
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&quot;Maestro&quot; Wrote:http://www.fisheroutdoor.co.uk/default.asp

Good man. Much appreciated.
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