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    Is Dirt Labs (Boulder) still in business?

    I've called a bunch of times but they don't answer the phone. Anyone know other places in the area to get a rear shock (Fox rp23) rebuilt? I know Push is in Loveland but prefer something closer

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    They're definitely still around and in business. We can help you out if you don't mind the drive to Lyons. If it's just leaking air, that's easy and relatively cheap. If it needs the damper rebuilt, that's a little more involved.
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    Definitely head to dirt labs. they do good work. Also stop in the Fix Bike shop (in the same building as Dirt Labs) and say hey. All the guys in there are real cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by ignazjr View Post
    They're definitely still around and in business. We can help you out if you don't mind the drive to Lyons. If it's just leaking air, that's easy and relatively cheap. If it needs the damper rebuilt, that's a little more involved.
    It's leaking oil. Still holding air

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    Leaking out of the shaft or up by the blue lever?
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    shaft

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    That's easy - seal kit ought to take care of that.
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    I had three different forks rebuilt at Dirt Labs last month. Very fair price. Excellent turn around time. Post ride report on the rebuilds: the forks never felt better, even better than new. Dirt Labs knows their stuff. He was a bit slow on my initial email inquiry, but made up for that with everything else. You cant go wrong with Redstone either from what I hear. I've had a Fox float RL Pushed and that was a huge improvement too, even with the lockout removed (don't miss it at all).
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    I had Luby rebuild a Manitou Swinger for me, and he did a great job. Eric at Pedal Pushers in Golden knows his way around suspension, too.
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    Hey Guys,
    Yes we are still open. I apologize if the phone response has been delayed. We have been swamped and have been busy trying to stick with a fast turnaround time. With that said we have had some recent changes, and brought on some new staff, and a business partner. Please Welcome Mike Howse, as co-owner of Dirtlabs, he will be helping with keeping up on our turn-around time,and also with our customer service. We have a new phone # 720-213-4742.
    We Still have Kevin and I doing repairs/tuning as well.
    If you called our old phone, it is my fault and I apologize.
    Thanks

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