Bicycle Mechanics - Can somebody who knows their way around suspension please help
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01-02-05, 07:22 PM
i know ive posted this before but nobody seems to respond :(. Im desperate here, all i get from shops is "we will send it away". I have a rock shox SID team 2004, it is leaking air on the negative side. First of all, what causes air to leak on the negative side? I assume by looking at the SID service guide it is those 0 ring seals which you can but replacents, SID dual air 0 ring service kit on Alfred E bike. Is this correct? And finally would a bike shop be able to replace these things for me? ANy help at all is appreciated!
01-02-05, 11:20 PM
Honestly the LBS's I've seen in pa, va, md, so far all do fork rebuilds.
Here's a shop I trust thoroughly. I know it's in Pa, but the owner is very well connected. ;)
01-03-05, 07:53 AM
thnx, If i have to send it away which i may have to unless i can find a shop near here, ive called all the ones within 20 miles and they all say well we may just send it away. If i have to send it away the closer the better
01-03-05, 09:38 AM
Yeah, probly so. I'd still give Steve over there a call.
01-03-05, 06:59 PM
I just asked a good friend who's been a bike mechanic for 15 years (I think). Anyway, here's his response:
Yes, That O ring kit should do it unless something crazy is wrong with the fork, like the leg is cracked which is very unlikely. Any bike shop that has a good shock mechanic with proper tools can do it easy for about $20.00-$40.00 labor.
01-03-05, 09:56 PM
That's about what I figured.
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