- Fox RP 2 ProPedal switch
Thanks for advice. There is nothing left the whole thing is just gone. I didn’t realize untill I came back home. 🙁 Sorry to be a pain but does it mean I am gonna have to send it somewhere to be looked at? I am dreading the quote and the time it might take to get done. How likely can it be sorted at my lbs? Did anything like it happen to anyone else?Posted 4 years ago
post a pic, all depends if you can remove it without letting the internal Nitrogen charge go. Most of the tuners should be able to do it on a fairly fast turnaround of they have time, your LBS will be able to tell you if they can’t sort it. After that it just depends if they have the right part in stock.
choices there and some rough price, you will most likely have to include parts on top.Posted 4 years ago
by the look of some pics just undo the 2 bolts through the shock – not sure which year you have for specifics. Also shove a rag between parts that will hit each other when it’s removed if you want to avoid scratches etc.Posted 4 years ago
Though if that is your next question maybe take a trip to your LBS especially if you got the bike there. They will only send it to Mojo if you ask them to. Most will at least tell you how to remove the shock if not just do it for you.
HiPosted 4 years ago
I have been browsing different forums for days now trying to find a solution. Basically the ProPedal switch snapped off from the rear suspension on my bike some time ago. As I wasn’t planning on getting back on the bike for a while it was just left as it was. I am determined to start cycling again and need to sort the bike out. Any ideas how to fix it and is it at all possible? Any advice wiil be greatly appraciated. ThanksanjsMember
Can also buy official Fox parts straight from MojoPosted 4 years ago
Thank you guys. I just had another look at it and there is still a bolt? / part of the attachment screw sticking out so will be getting a part from mojo and hopefully it will be fixed as soon as it arrives. The shock doesn’t seem to be affected by the lack of the switch apart from not being able to use propedal of course so l am guessing the shaft is ok? Sorry if all this sounds a bit daft but I haven’t done much of the bike fixing apart from simple things myself so if there is a way of doing it without spending a lot of money I would give it a go.
Thank you again. 😆Posted 4 years ago
I wish patriotpro but getting back on the bike having two kids and full time job will be challanging enough. finding time not even to mention the money hance the ‘budget’ approach. Will drop you an email z1ppy when I have got a moment. Hopefully will be checking out blue and red ( if I feel brave enough) in Swinley soon. Thank for all replies much appreciated as I was a bit aprehensive before posing on forum as a newbie. You are a friendly bunch so will be back 😉Posted 4 years ago
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