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professorstannis pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 2, 2020 at 13:07
Apr 2, 2020
Now Finished: RockShox Ask Us Anything
@RockShox: I really appreciate the response. It's refreshing to hear some progress is hopefully in the works. Thanks!
professorstannis pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 2, 2020 at 12:34
Apr 2, 2020
professorstannis pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 2, 2020 at 11:55
Apr 2, 2020
Now Finished: RockShox Ask Us Anything
@RockShox: Please understand this response is bound to receive frustration from industry insiders who have been hearing this exact answer (for years) from our reps and through countless phone calls on the dealer hotline. The demand is absolutely present. This feels like an intentional cost-saving, corner-cutting move at this point.
professorstannis pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 2, 2020 at 11:22
Apr 2, 2020
Now Finished: RockShox Ask Us Anything
Their problem with aftermarket support isn't limited to small parts. I would also like to know why their aftermarket offerings for rear suspension is so minimal, too. I've been calling in to their dealer line (suspension tech at a dealer) and requesting specific rear shocks be added for aftermarket availability since their introduction of the metric line. Years of silence. You want a 230x60 super deluxe coil with regular eyelets and without a remote lockout? These were my options: Wait 6-8 weeks so the in-house wizards can put a 5mm stroke reducer (that was refused to send to a shop) in a 230x65 variant, or you need to buy one shock meant for a Nomad (bearing mount) and another for a Commencal (with remote), tear the two apart, swap shafts/eyelets, and rebuild them. Either that or you're a factory-supported rider. I know the typical PB comment section's response to products under the SRAM umbrella is generally negative, but I believe it to be a loud minority. Many people want to ride your products and simply cannot source options for their bikes. Why is this still such a widespread issue? It's been four years since the introduction to the metric line, and it's been four years since that very first press release promised more aftermarket availability at a later date. We just want to buy and ride your stuff... Small parts AND the big ones, please!
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Mar 2, 2020 at 19:07
Mar 2, 2020

NEW Fox Factory DPX2 210x55mm (Sb130 lunch ride)

$350 USD
Brand new Fox Factory DPX2 210x55mm regular eyelets (NOT Trunnion). Takeoff from new Yeti SB130 Lunch Ride. Includes owner’s manual. Never ridden. Just unboxed frame/shock tonight. Thanks!

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Mar 2, 2020 at 18:43
Mar 2, 2020
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Mar 2, 2020 at 18:41
Mar 2, 2020

NEW Fox Factory 36 Grip 2 160mm 44mm Offset

$700 USD
Brand new 2020 Fox Factory 36 Grip 2 with 44mm offset and 160mm travel (easy and inexpensive to swap air shaft to change travel). Boost 15mm axle spacing. 29er. Steerer tube is uncut. Never installed on bike. Includes owner’s manual, axle, and brake hose guide. Yeti turquoise lower decals. Buyer pays shipping. PayPal or local sale only. Thanks!

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Feb 29, 2020 at 16:55
Feb 29, 2020
Selling
Feb 29, 2020 at 16:50
Feb 29, 2020

Fox Factory Float X2, Yeti SB150, 230x60mm

$400 USD
230x60 Fox Factory Float X2 new takeoff from 2019 Yeti Sb150. Has been parking lot tested last summer when bike was new, but was immediately swapped for coil and has been collecting dust ever since. Includes reducer hardware for current Sb150. Buyer pays shipping. Thanks!

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