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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-05-2014, 08:57 PM Thread Starter
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Where do you find a SHOCK PRO?

I have been looking and looking and can't find anyone who would know how to rebuild Fox Racing Shocks. Since Fox no longer does street machines, it doesn't leave much. Anyone know anyplace?

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Based on your geographic location you'll probably have to send your shock somewhere. Call Dan Kyle...see if he'll do it?

I recently found a great shop in my local area. They were at the track offering trackside service and have been the cheapest and reliable shop I've dealt with in a long time. They did the service on my forks and shock, and will be assisting me on the 23rd to fine tune my setup.

I was lucky to find them locally.

What is the closest track in your area? Maybe check that tracks forum and see if anyone has ideas.

If you were closer to UT I would recommend these guys.

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Have you called Fox directly? They will either perform the service or recommend someone to you. I can't see them just rolling up the street program and not have a service contingency plan in place.



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Hi, Try Jamie. I have used his services before. http://www.daughertymotorsports.com
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Thanks guys. I am trying to contact some of your suggestions.

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