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    EdM
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    Fork rebuild

    I have a Fox F100 RLC that needs a rebuild. Was going to have it sent to Push, but I won't get it back for 4 weeks. Apparently no one here in Birmingham knows how to rebuild it. Anyone in Austin I can ship it to that can do a quick turnaround?
    My wife says 26" is plenty big.

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    Give Tim a shout at http://www.two6labs.com/.

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    Just do it yourself. It's not that hard unless you need to mess with the damper and all the internals in the uppers. Swapping out the seals and oil is pretty straightforward and there are tons of videos online on how to do it.

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    Whatever you do, don't send it to Fox if you want it back quick. 6 weeks+
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    Talk to Shane at Canyon Cycles. http://canyon-cycles.com/

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    Fox had mine back in no time

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninjammin View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by J View Post
    Fox had mine back in no time

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    I think it depends on time of year.
    29ers are just a fad. I prefer the challenge of my inferior wheel size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdM View Post
    Was going to have it sent to Push, but I won't get it back for 4 weeks.
    And you will need to send an organ and your first born along with the fork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J View Post
    Fox had mine back in no time

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    I got a quote of 2-3 weeks, and it did not show for about 6. I do think it depends on time of year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doughboy View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by ninjammin View Post
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    Emil at Cycle Progression is fast and good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chainsawgeoff View Post
    Just do it yourself. It's not that hard unless you need to mess with the damper and all the internals in the uppers. Swapping out the seals and oil is pretty straightforward and there are tons of videos online on how to do it.
    True dat. DL'd some instructions off the FOX website, bartered some oil and seals from the guys at CycleProgression, and rebuilt my FloatR before cracking into the second 6-pack
    smooth as buttah

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