Is your rear shock experiencing a noticeable loss of performance? This full overhaul includes the air can and common wear points within the damper.
Details of ‘The Whole Enchilada’ Service:
Remove and inspect main air-can
Disassemble and inspect shock damper
Replace all piston seals and glide rings
Replace rebound and compression knob seals where applicable
Replace IFP seals where applicable
Replace fluid and reassemble to manufacturer torque specification
Replace all air seals and glide rings
Inspect DU bushings and hardware
Replace air-can fluid, and reassemble
Replace DU bushings where applicable
Inflate air spring and function test shock
RECOMMENDED SERVICE INTERVAL 100/200 hrs
Manufacturer suggested service intervals for rear shock damper service vary from brand to brand, and by model. In general older models will require service at 100 hours. The latest generation shocks have upgraded internals that can last 200 hours before discernable performance loss.