Fork Decisions – fresh/repair?

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  • Fork Decisions – fresh/repair?
  • skybluestu
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    Bike: 2010 Pitch Pro – Large
    Fork: Pike 351 Solo Air 2010 for Secialized. 140mm. 205mm steerer.
    Problem:
    Last ride forks lost 85 PSI very quickly. Stayed at 50 PSI which was useless but rideable for the day just.
    I have a decision to make as I suspect that i need them serviceing as only a seal i imagine would have caused such a rapid pressure loss?
    1. Spend £130 all in to get them serviced.
    2. Look for suitable 140mm/150mm second hand replacement that would be lighter.

    Cant afford a new frame at this time so going for fresh set up is most likely out given smallish budget.

    Would welcome thoughts on what people would do?

    Cheers!

    Premier Icon JAG
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    Other than this – do you like this fork? does it work well on this frame?

    If you answered YES to either question – get them serviced and enjoy riding your bike 😀

    skybluestu
    Member

    Good point and thought of as well. Ive had no problems with it up until now however it is 6 years old now and not the lightest out there. Thinking if I went for a Rev I could save myself around a 1lb in weight almost which would lighten the front end considerably.

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