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Old 09-22-05, 06:38 AM   #1
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RST mozo pro

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I own an RST mozo pro and i can't find replacement elastomers and springs.Do you know any sites where i can buy via mail order? Thanks
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Old 09-22-05, 06:53 AM   #2
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Good luck contacting anyone that has anything to do with RST... They suck
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Old 09-22-05, 07:40 PM   #3
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Good luck contacting anyone that has anything to do with RST... They suck
Sweetness and light, spreading joy as he goes......when he goes.

You might not find spares too easy form RST USA and I'm not sure if the Euro branch is the same people, but, you can buy a whole new fork for about $20-$30 on ebay. And thats new.
BTW quadbone RST make some superb forks probably just out of your range or experience.
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Old 09-22-05, 07:50 PM   #4
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Or you can find a Judy TT for like 50.
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Old 09-22-05, 08:13 PM   #5
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the new space jump doesn't look half bad...
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i agree with harov3. I have a RST Capa T4 and it has a preload feature and its cheap and its good for everyday mountain biking cause u can change the stiffness of the fork
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BTW quadbone RST make some superb forks probably just out of your range or experience.
I"ve been trying for 5 weeks to get a hold of RST and my LBS has been trying also, to get springs for my RST forks. Does that sound like good customer service too you??? Neither of us have spoke with a person from RST. If I want your advice I'll ask for it, until then STFU and go play in traffic... Is that within your range and experience richard head???
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I"ve been trying for 5 weeks to get a hold of RST and my LBS has been trying also, to get springs for my RST forks. Does that sound like good customer service too you??? Neither of us have spoke with a person from RST. If I want your advice I'll ask for it, until then STFU and go play in traffic... Is that within your range and experience richard head???
Pretty sensitive for such a tough guy.
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And while I'm at I would like to admit that in my first post "superb" is laying it on a bit thick, "good" would have done. It was a Yeltsin moment, 'tired and emotional'.
And try this
USA Warranty Service Center
Tel:+1-888-RST-7731
E-mail:info@rstworld.com

or this,

U.S.A
Quality Bicycle Products
Tel : 1-800-346-0004
Fax: 1-800-346-0211

I've never had trouble getting manuals out them even for my NOS Deltas. Never needed any springs. Meybe you could lighten up.

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Old 10-13-05, 12:36 PM   #10
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And while I'm at I would like to admit that in my first post "superb" is laying it on a bit thick, "good" would have done. It was a Yeltsin moment, 'tired and emotional'.
And try this
USA Warranty Service Center
Tel:+1-888-RST-7731
E-mail:info@rstworld.com

or this,

U.S.A
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Tel : 1-800-346-0004
Fax: 1-800-346-0211

I've never had trouble getting manuals out them even for my NOS Deltas. Never needed any springs. Meybe you could lighten up.
Been there done that. Warranty center has John working. I left him 10 messages before I finally called and got thru. He won't deal with me since I'm not a dealer.

Quality Bicycle said they only deal with the shocks and have no extra parts laying around and can't help me with my problem, couldn't even point me to someone that could help me. It pisses me off that I can't get $40 or so worth of springs to help stiffen up my forks.

Neither was no help in getting me fixed. Pointed me in another direction only to go in a circle. On the lighter note I am down from 221lbs to 194 in the last 8 months, so I am getting lighter but still need stiffer forks...
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Quality Bicycle said they only deal with the shocks and have no extra parts laying around and can't help me with my problem, couldn't even point me to someone that could help me.
Are you saying your LBS wont call these people because they only deal with the shocks?! Did they sell you the bike?
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Yeah I bought the bike from the LBS I've been dealing with. They say they can't get ahold of anyone and keep leaving messages. Who they are actually calling I don't know. I guess next time I call I"ll ask WTF they are actually calling. The LBS is kinda pissen me off about the entire deal to be honest.
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RST is the best fork I have ever been on,they rock!!! I have found the service awsome and friendly. They sure can take a beating.
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Did I say RST??? I have a Fox, I don't read too well sometime. Sorry for the mix up. Now that I think about it I've never been on an RST........my bad.
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Last I checked they didn't spec Fox's on Hardrocks and Haro Extreme X2's. I do happen to know that RST's have come stock on Hardrocks.
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