The service interval requirements are not Fezzari specific, they're fox suspension specific. If you have fox suspension on any brand bike it will have the same timeline. I'm not familiar with rockshox suspension and how often that needs care, but I'm sure it's pretty similar. As with any high performance equipment, the service life is small!50 hour maintenance? That’s like once every 6-8 weeks, right (depending on how often and how far you ride)?
I’ve been riding a hard tail since I got back into riding and I’ve never had a full suspension bike.
I’m looking at getting a Fezzari at some point (probably Abajo or Signal). I had no idea they require that much maintenance. I guess I’d better start reading up on how do that stuff myself.
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Any good videos you recommend that show how to do the service?The service interval requirements are not Fezzari specific, they're fox suspension specific. If you have fox suspension on any brand bike it will have the same timeline. I'm not familiar with rockshox suspension and how often that needs care, but I'm sure it's pretty similar. As with any high performance equipment, the service life is small!
Any updates from your time on the Jade X? I zoomed in on your picture, and it looks like it's a rare coil shock that fits with the bike in the low position. I just found out yesterday that my new Marzocchi only fits in the high mode, which is a bummer.
Interesting that a Super Deluxe coil fits. Is that in the low position? A Super Deluxe looks like it would be thick in all the same places as my Marzocchi CR, which only fits in the high position.Super Deluxe fits fine , seems better then a Hazzard , or a standard marzoochi. Previous owner notched something to make the Hazzard fit . He didn't care for the Hazzard, said the Marzoochi and then avalanched the Marzoochi and said it was by far the best. I've run an X2 and a Superdeluxe ultimate Coil . Super deluxe was FAR better all the way around.
Good question. The low setting is the one usually used with 29 wheels and the high setting is usually used with 27.5 wheels. It can go either way, but that's the usual approach.Okay so by hi low , you mean the 27.5+ or 29 setting ?
So, I've run this bike 27.5+ (high and low), Mullet w/plus rear (high and low), and now 29 (low only) - don't like the high mode in any configuration, the seat angle is actually just a little too steep, for me, in this mode. I think I had the most fun on the mullet setup, but overall enjoy the 29er setup the most, for almost all conditions. But, I definitely preferred the front end handling in XC and techy climbing situations better with the slightly steeper head angle of 65.5° when in high mode, vs the 65° in low. Even though I'm old, fat and slow, I still like climbing techy (ish) stuff and the vast majority of my riding is classic all mountain and XC. Has anyone steepened their head angle with an angleset headset? Context, my wife's Delano is awesome. If that bike was available when I got my LSP, I'd have some hard decisions to make. Would a steeper head tube angle make this more of an all-arounder? It'd add some stack (good thing) and shorten the wheelbase (a little). Thanks for the feedback.