- fox servicing
I work in a pretty decent LBS, and i’m also lucky enough to spend time in Loco’s workshop too. There’s no way on earth that we could do the work that he’s capable of carrying out, either in terms of his knowledge and expertise, his parts and spares back up, or his tools and equipment. When you see the difference between most people’s idea of a full service, and his, you’ll probably wonder why he’s so cheap, not expensive.Posted 4 years agofozzybearMember
Have you checked TFTuned.
they do collect services.
Having had a few “issues” with LBS servicing i will always send my stuff to Mojo/Loco/Tftuned.
my Rear shock is booked in for a TFT and Push upgrade next week.Posted 4 years ago
P.S. mojo for warentee work.
Once i need anything out the warentee or custom setup, Loco and TFT are always my first call.esher shoreMember
surely the LBS would just send them to TF / Mojo, etc.?
the only suspension service we offer in our concept store is a fork “lowers service” because its quick and easy, and we charge £25 for the job. I always have a few different sets of fox/RS seals and appropriate suspension oil/ suspension grease in the workshop for these jobs.
We could also do an aircan service, but don’t have any seals for rear shocks (if needed, you never know until you open it up)
anything beyond this, we don’t have the tools / spares so would always send it to a specialist tuning shopPosted 4 years ago
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