Front and rear shock serviceHome › Forum › Bike Forum › Front and rear shock serviceOverviewBike ForumChat ForumFor SaleWantedForum HelpClassified RulesViewing 6 posts - 1 through 6 (of 6 total)Front and rear shock service seaversMemberCould ask your LBS? Or find one that does. But if they have to order in parts it could take a while, you might save a bit postage wise though.Next time I need a service for that stuff, LBS in winter when I don’t need the bike as much. Posted 5 years ago kanzaMemberWith TFT tuned I think they will send a courier to collect them from you. Posted 5 years ago joeyjMemberThanks for the responses lbs is pants and are lucky if they know how to change a tyre. Any other thoughts would be appreciated Posted 5 years ago joeyjMemberAnyone know anyone who services both front and rear shocks without having to send them away. Based in the north east any recommendations welcome. Posted 5 years ago j40ajaMemberHow north east are you?Flotech in Edinburgh do both forks and shocks but may be a bit north for you! Posted 5 years ago joeyjMemberBased in Northumberland but may be up in Edinburgh next month. Thanks all for your comments Posted 5 years ago Viewing 6 posts - 1 through 6 (of 6 total)The topic ‘Front and rear shock service’ is closed to new replies.