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CaneCreekCyclingComponents mikelevy's article
Mar 1, 2017 at 14:38
Mar 1, 2017
Cane Creek Introduces Fork - Exclusive First Ride
@Adodero: Nice!! Fletcher is rad. Come by and we'll show you around, now that the building isn't on top secret lock down anymore!
CaneCreekCyclingComponents mikelevy's article
Mar 1, 2017 at 12:14
Mar 1, 2017
Cane Creek Introduces Fork - Exclusive First Ride
Hey Adodero, our max tire size is 65mmx714mm, which equates to 2.59in, really it comes down to rim and tire combinations. The Minion DHF is widely used here by our employees and has ample clearance. We've seen a Butcher 2.6 successfully pass the clearance test on an Industry nine 30.5 rim.
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Jan 11, 2017 at 9:41
Jan 11, 2017
Cane Creek's New DB AIR [IL] Shock + OPT and DROPT Remotes - Press Release
Great question! The can is not perfectly circular - its an oval shape. There are portions of the air can that are larger than the DBInline to increase the air volume. But one side of the can has exactly the same dimension as the DBInline to ensure bikes with really close seat tubes and other sensitive fitment spots will still fit the new shock. What bike do you have?
CaneCreekCyclingComponents CaneCreekCyclingComponents's article
Jan 11, 2017 at 7:58
Jan 11, 2017
Cane Creek's New DB AIR [IL] Shock + OPT and DROPT Remotes - Press Release
Yes, the Coil IL received the updated oil seal head, but it didn't need the updated air piston ;)
CaneCreekCyclingComponents CaneCreekCyclingComponents's article
Jan 11, 2017 at 7:55
Jan 11, 2017
Cane Creek's New DB AIR [IL] Shock + OPT and DROPT Remotes - Press Release
Working on it now! Expect the LinEair spring to be implemented to the AIR CS this year.
CaneCreekCyclingComponents CaneCreekCyclingComponents's article
Jan 10, 2017 at 9:37
Jan 10, 2017
Cane Creek's New DB AIR [IL] Shock + OPT and DROPT Remotes - Press Release
@eastpeak02: TF will have the updated internal parts pricing for upgrading to the DB AIR [IL] to them today. Because your shock is already in the building at TF, they should merit the warranty and hold out until the parts arrive. Go ahead and call them today and discuss with them your situation. We have communicated to them the new structure for rebuilds and upgrades, but its new information, so they may need some time to respond with a finite answer on additional cost. There will be an additional cost from a standard warranty to upgrade from DBInline to DB AIR [IL]. Pricing will be up to TF to determine.
CaneCreekCyclingComponents CaneCreekCyclingComponents's article
Jan 10, 2017 at 8:09
Jan 10, 2017
Cane Creek's New DB AIR [IL] Shock + OPT and DROPT Remotes - Press Release
@nathanbal: All, as riders ourselves, we hate to see and hear about rider experiences tainted by faulty equipment. Especially from equipment that we've manufactured. The process in launching DBInline in 2014 was far less than perfect, and we know it. In light of the DB AIR [IL] launch, the structure for servicing DBInlines has also been updated for both warranty and non-warranty to help out our people out there. We care, and don't get the idea that we don't. For DBInline owners, Cane Creek and its service centers are providing the new internal parts during every rebuild at no cost; that's new air piston and new oil seal head, for both warranty or paid service. Also, riders can upgrade their DBInline to the new DB AIR [IL] while it is in for service or warranty at Cane Creek. Under warranty, a DBInline can be upgraded to a DB AIR [IL] for $65 USD. If not a warranty, DBInline owners can upgrade to a DB AIR [IL] for $225 USD. Please call in or email Cane Creek at 1-800-234-2725 or info@canecreek.com with any additional questions. Cheers, Sam
CaneCreekCyclingComponents pinkbikeaudience's article
Nov 15, 2016 at 7:27
Nov 15, 2016
2016 Pinkbike Awards - Best Value of the Year Nominees
Hey @teenwolf! Sorry to hear you are having trouble give me a shout: info@canecreek.com - ask for Andrew. Let's get this sorted for you.
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CaneCreekCyclingComponents mikelevy's article
Jul 21, 2016 at 6:02
Jul 21, 2016
Cane Creek's New C-Quent Shock Explained
@dirtnapped: Although there are fewer external adjustments; the C-Quent's unique piston design allows us to internally customize tunes to OEM partners specifications and ride characteristics.
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