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Suspension Work In New Mexico

I need to have different weight springs put in my forks and a change on the rear shock. Anyone know who does this in New Mexico or El Paso area ?
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Racetech has a dealer in Albuquerque, NM. Velocity Cycles
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Students enrolled in University College are placed on probation at the end of any semester in which the cumulative grade point average on the University of New Mexico work falls below 2.00.

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There's not a shop in El Paso that I would trust with my forks. That is what is keeping me from doing some work here. There is Fast by Few but I don't have any solid reputation on them.

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I've never done a rear shock since it requires special tools to disassemble the unit however changing the the front forks springs is simple to do. The oil can be changed at the same time. Go to the Race Tech web site and buy the springs. Of course, I understand this isn't for everyone.
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I've seen weird posts from this person before...spammer?



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