Where would I find replacement hardware this shock? I am changing out my shock but don't know where to find replacement mounting hardware. The shock mounts to the frame with two m6 bolts and two nuts. Thanks in advance.
As pictured, my coil shock is rubbing my carbon frame in one spot. It looks like it has already rubbed itself into clearance. Should I be concerned about the damage to my frame? The only thing I’m worried about is the structural integrity, not the appearance.
Also, does anyone have experience...
Hello everyone, I'm new to setting up air shocks.
I've done what research I can, with tech docs and forum posts. But still can't exactly find the answers I need.
I weigh around 80 Kg with everything else I'm carrying on the bike.
Bike is Marin Quake 7.3, circa 2008 and is a heavy one at...
Howdy. I'm looking to singlespeed a full suspension bike, most likely something along the lines of a Transition Spur or an aluminum Guerrilla Gravity Trail Pistol. A friend suggested that I look for a shock that has a full lockout rather than one that simply has damping, and suggested either the...
I come from Leogang and am a passionate mountain biker and software developer.
For some time now I've been developing a mobile app for mountain bikers that should help adjust the bike and improve settings.
SAGLY helps you to find optimal settings for your mountain-bike and to...
Firstly apologies if this has been asked already! I've trawled through the posts but can't seem to find a definite answer.
Doing the yearly service on my bike and looking at servicing my McLeod. Everything still seems to be working fine (so I can tell), I'm basically just trying to...
Shock: DPX2 Factory
Bike: Santa Cruz Bronson V1
Weight: 74 kg
Pressure: 150 psi
no volume spacer
I find it hard to make the shock track the ground as well as the fork, thinking maybe open more the rebound?
So, I have a rockshox deluxe select plus with a megneg air can installed. At first, it consistently leaked air, riding or not, since then I have fixed this by putting more grease on all the seals.
My new problem with the shock is this: about 1-1.5 months later, my shock leaks air again, but only...
Hey all, I am looking for reviews.
I need to replace my old (broken) Monarch RT (tune ML380) for a new shock and was looking for alternatives in about the same performace range.
I found three shocks which I am deciding between and cost pretty much the same:
Suntour Duair RC (M chamber) black...
Hello! This is my first post so I hope I don't break any rules or bug anyone as I usually seem to on forums.
I have been mountain biking for a little over a year. I purchased a used full suspension Specialized FRSXC Le Femme bike off Craigslist about a year ago and I've been loving it. I think...
I have a Pivot Trail 429 with the following fork and shock
-Fox Performance 34 29", 51mm offset, GRIP - 130mm
-Fox Performance Float DPS
I absolutely love how this bike climbs! but on some of the downhills my buddies with SB140-150 keep bringing me too, it can be too rigid.
Is there a way to...
Along with an expansive new batch of wheels, DT Swiss has also teased some new front and rear suspension. The O.D.L. (open, drive, lock) technology is being used on the new suspension, together with a very ergonomic remote control lever, which controls both fork and shock at the same time...
Back in January during the Enduro Compare-O, we tested the Specialized S-Works Enduro29, a bike that ended up winning not one, but two of our five "Golden Pliny" awards for Best Descender and Best Overall Bike. An integral part of what made this bike such a standout was the Cane Creek Double...
The Climb Switch isn't a pedal platform, but a climbing mode.
Cane Creek designed a new selectable climbing mode feature for their excellent All Mountain Double Barrel rear shock. The lever actuated Climb Switch, dubbed the CS, offers low speed damping for both compression and rebound when...
X-Fusion Shox is just one of the many great members of the bike industry local to us here at MTBR. Based out of Santa Cruz California since 1999, they just recently expanded into a new facility with great access to trails for R&D so I was excited to join them for the launch of their 2013 product...
So I did a bit of reading and found there might be air in the dampening cartridge? This Lefty is off a 2009 Cannondale 29er 2 so I am wondering if this is still the case the thread I read was pretty old. Here it is http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=18737