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Full Shock Service – Local to ON?

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    Neville Park
    Participant

    Hi RFG community,

    I seem to have blown up damper seals / oil ccts in my shock preventing my climb switch from operating.
    *Edit – 2016 Fox Float X shock – 200 x 57

    I know that most shops send out suspension for full service to Quebec or other option is to send to Suspension Werx in north van.

    Curious if any shop has the equipment to do in house as i don’t have a spare shock and looking to fix prior to a race next weekend…?

    Thanks for any suggestions!

    Santa Cruz

    #820062

    FastTimes
    Keymaster

    Hey @neville-park The shop at @bluemountain had shock service dialled but the key guys don’t start for a few weeks. Solutions was also a go-to but think they farm it out these days unless its a basic service. Some of that comes down to having all the part in stock. I just sold my spare 200x57mm shock or I would have loaned it to you. To your point, you need a spare as turnaround for good service is a week at best. If you’re racing, its a must i think.

    Maybe look at a less expensive coil option so you have that as a backup and also to race on days you need that extra bit of grip?

    If you’re f#$% for the Fortune race let me know and I’ll see what I can do. Maybe I should drive down with you and race it???

    Good luck.

    #820068

    Neville Park
    Participant

    Hey @fasttimes – thanks for the the message and heads up.
    Looks like spare shock is best option for sure.

    Was planning to race mtn creek, but life got in the way :/

    Stoked for blue this weekend!

    #820075

    Matty F
    Participant

    @neville-park

    I’m almost positive you won’t find a shop that does full rear shocm service on those shocks in the GTA. It requires some pretty specialized tooling, including a nitrogen gas system. You’ll almost surely have to have it sent away.

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