MSP - Member
Did you buy it from TFT? And if so, don't they "work" on shocks before despatch.
No - OEM on a Yeti ASR-5
cruzer - Member
I dont mean to be rude, but did you have it set up properly?
Also, surely you cant complain if they fixed it for you under warranty? everything goes wrong at one point in time, but its how its dealt with is the main importance. I had a DHX Air which was leaking air from the piggy back within 4 weeks of having it, it got sent off to Mojo and returned within 3 days. Had a full service on with, replaced all the seals and custom valved it to my weight and riding style. After that kind of service im sticking with Fox
No. It wasn't fixed under warranty. I go the same service from TfT, as I always have in the past. My gripe isn't with TfT, its with Fox - 40hrs of "trail" use shouldn't result in the failure of so much.
Are you 12?What do you suggest doing?Stomp you feet on the ground and then shout at the LBS?
My suggestion would be MTFU and realise shizzle happens.That's why they have warranty.Or give up and go back to golfing (I would err towards the latter).
(I've got toothache)
If you read my text properly, instead of throwing insults you'd realise this isnt about me but about all the tens/hundres of other bikers out there who've suffered the same.
IMO, it isn't acceptable foe so much to fail so soon. I'm an experience biker and maintain my kit, set it up lovingly etc. If Fox continue to be OEM they need to get the basic componentry right, to avoid us all have to pay after the fact for thier shoddy/cheap /poor service/componentry.
It'd be interesting to know why this is happening. For example, have they reduced the quality of the internals to increase profit margins or summit?