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    New question here. Enduro S-Works suspension service - where?

    Need to take mine in for a service. Anyone recommend a good Spec dealer for it around Denver? I'd prefer a shop that has done the 'slick honey' treatment on the E150.

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    Westside or Mojo will be your best bet.

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    hehe ...you said "member"
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    Had mine serviced at Wheat Ridge Cyclery
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    Dang - don't you have like 35 miles on that bike?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkaredShtles
    Dang - don't you have like 35 miles on that bike?
    It was a Demo so it already had some miles on it when I bought it. Just needs some maintenance, nothing major. Plus, I'm picky about susp.

    Btw, I'm closer to 100-150 miles on it. Rode it 5 times the first week and more since.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TooManyToyz
    I'd prefer a shop that has done the 'slick honey' treatment on the E150.
    slick honey treatment? hmm...really? i've disassembled my whole E150 and both independent compression and rebound cartidges are completely sealed units. (and i only know that because they both needed to be replaced originally under warranty.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by enduroslrider
    slick honey treatment? hmm...really? i've disassembled my whole E150 and both independent compression and rebound cartidges are completely sealed units. (and i only know that because they both needed to be replaced originally under warranty.)

    Read the long threads on the Specialized forum about the E150.

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