This covers labor only for these services
This service replaces oil, leaky seals and worn bushings. All of the wear parts will be examined at this point. This is the service you need when you notice oil on your garage floor under the front wheel. See "Parts" below.
We recommend a revalue for customers that are looking to "change" something specific in their suspension. Motorcycle suspension contains many valves that allow for custom tuning for rider style, or conditions. If you are interested in a revalve, it is most economical to combine the service at the same time as a rebuild. See "Parts" below.
These are the parts that are usually needed for the above services.
Typically for a rebuild, a fork requires two dust wipers/oil seals (we use SKF Brand), two inner and Outer bushings. The forks use about a quart of oil in the process as well.
This varies but a typical rebuild will need a few seals and bushings replaced as well as a pint or so of oil.
The pair up front or the single in the rear. custom springs run a bit more.
Bike suspension dies a little every time you ride it so it's hard to notice when you lose that plush feeling.
Inspection and fluid replacement. Recommended every 100 hours.
Seals, bushings and springs as needed
How much do you ride? Have you gone over your service interval? A rebuild will make your shock feel like butter again.
Air spring rebuild, damper rebuild, reset IFP and recharge w/nitrogen. Recommended every 100 hours.
Air sleve seals, damper rebuild kit. Add $20 for DRCV found on Trek Bikes
Call for parts estimate and serviceable date range.
You can't ride with a sinking post.
Full Service kit $65-$70
Replacement cartridge $80
service kit $35
Currently servicing FOX, ICON, and KING
Replace seals and o-rings, inspect for wear and function, reset IFP and vacuum bleed new fluids.
Specific kits are needed for each shock, not included in service price above.
Front or Rear
2.5 or 3.0