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    Astrix bike...parts??

    hey.. i need a shock bolt for an Astrix huckster and called and emailed..but nothing..anyone have any ideas... or a dealer in the area?

    thanks..
    BBZ

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    I think Alpha Bikes might be able to help...

    http://alphabicycle.com/
    1-303-220-9799

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    or in Fort Collins:
    http://www.thephoenixcyclery.com/
    970-493-4517

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    Astrix has a representative here on the forums, I forget the name though. Hopefully they'll see your post.

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    Hello Bill,

    We have the parts in stock and can either send it out to you or have your local bike shop give us a call to order the bolts.

    Please let us know if you have any further questions and we look forward to getting the parts out to you soon.

    Regards,

    Ryan Carroll
    Product Manager / R&D Engineer
    Astrix Sports
    7270 Poppy Way
    Arvada, Colorado 80007 USA
    Tel: 1 303.456.6443
    Fax: 1 720.293.9840

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    Well, that was obvious for a name. No wonder I didn't remember it. They helped me before when I got my Huckster, thanks guys!

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    thanks

    actually got in touch with someone yesterday..

    but.. i have to take the shock off to put on a new spring..whats the easiest way?


    Quote Originally Posted by Astrix
    Hello Bill,

    We have the parts in stock and can either send it out to you or have your local bike shop give us a call to order the bolts.

    Please let us know if you have any further questions and we look forward to getting the parts out to you soon.

    Regards,

    Ryan Carroll
    Product Manager / R&D Engineer
    Astrix Sports
    7270 Poppy Way
    Arvada, Colorado 80007 USA
    Tel: 1 303.456.6443
    Fax: 1 720.293.9840
    BBZ

    Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy - Benjamin Franklin

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    I found its best to just take the whole linkage near the shock apart. Start at the top and work your way down taking the bolts out. Keep track of them, some are similar in size. Then reassemble from the bottom up. You can take the front eye bolt out right away so you have more wiggle room if you need to get at a bolt on the mono-link.

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    Hey guys anyone, interested in trading frames...well other huckster owners I have a Large and would like to trade for a medium. Frame is in great condition with one small paint chip on the chainstay. I have ridden a Large for about 6 months and feel it might be just a little to big.

    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by rarroyo
    Hey guys anyone, interested in trading frames...well other huckster owners I have a Large and would like to trade for a medium. Frame is in great condition with one small paint chip on the chainstay. I have ridden a Large for about 6 months and feel it might be just a little to big.

    Thanks
    Rafael
    Man, I wish you would have asked this 3 months ago, I have a medium. I built up a Giant Faith large (I got the frame at a good price) and now my wife rides my Huckster, it fits her better than me, she's 5'7" and I'm 6'1". I'm not sure she'd want to give that up to allow me to have 2 bikes!

    Good luck dude.

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    Well that does suck...hey if you decide to trade please let me know. Thanks Rafael
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