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Bike Build Process
All bikes are built, tested, tuned, and ready to ride upon shipment. The bike build process typically takes 2-3 days to complete depending on the bike model and the complexity of the build.
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Need to replace the seals on your Rock
Shox fork? Don’t use off brand seals. Maximize performance by using factory seals. These are 35mm Dust seals for Boxxer forks such as the RC and the RC2, or World Cup models. ...
Rockshox Compression Knob Kit Genuine Rockshox Compression Knob
for your Recon, Sektor, 30 Gold, XC32, or XC30 fork. Note the year range in the following product specifications. Rockshox Compression Knob Kit Specifications: Contents: Compression knob kit for Turnkey A1-A3 (2012-2014) ...
Rockshox Crush Washer RetainerCrush waters are required everytime
to take apart a Rock Shox fork for service. Crush washers are installed under the bolts that enter the bottom of the fork securing the damper and air/coil sides of the fork. ...
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Rear Shock Service Kits and Parts
One of the best ways to breathe new life into your full-suspension mountain bike is to overhaul the rear suspension. We carry a full line of rear shock service kits and parts for all your shock maintenance needs. From full kits — which often include replacement seals and O-rings — to parts including canisters, air valves and caps, volume spacers, cables and other essentials — we have what you need to get your shock performing like new.
Rear shocks consist of two telescopic tubes that slide into each other. They all use a spring mechanism, either air or coil, that compresses under force, and a damping system that regulates the spring’s rate of compression as well as its rebound. The parts inside the shock — springs, air canisters, bushings and seals — require regular maintenance, and sometimes need to be replaced.
If you notice that your suspension isn’t performing the way it should, check your rear shock. Is the air pressure down? Could be a leak. Do you see some oil on the shaft? It might need new seals. The good news is most rear shocks can be brought back to life fairly easily. Take a look at our rear shock service kits and parts.
We have most of the major suspension brands covered, such as Fox Racing Shox, RockShox, Cane Creek, DVO, MRP and others. If you’re not sure exactly what you need, you can call one of our Gear Advisors at 951-234-7554 with any questions. They’ll be happy to help you get your rear shock running like new again.