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    Suspension service in the Denver/Boulder area.

    I have a couple of forks I need to have serviced, a totem and a marzocchi 55. Does anyone have any recommendations on where I should take them? I would like to keep it local. Not looking to have and modifications done just a simple rebuild. Thanks.

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    PUSH industries in Longmont - true experts and for a lil extra $$ can prob make em both way better... I dont work for em - but had my fork serviced late fall and its never been better

    lots of good shops also can do basic services on suspension...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kamper11 View Post
    PUSH industries in Longmont - true experts and for a lil extra $$ can prob make em both way better... I dont work for em - but had my fork serviced late fall and its never been better

    lots of good shops also can do basic services on suspension...
    Yeah I've heard of PUSH. I might head that way. What's was the cost for you?

    A simple google search pulled up dirtlabs here in Boulder. Anyone have experience with them?

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    DirtLabs! Those guys are amazing. One thing to keep in mind about PUSH is that using their services will void any kind of warranty you have, as they do work outside of the manufacturer's allowed scope. Not saying they're bad, but they are rogue and do their own thing. DirtLabs are authorized by Fox, RockShox, etc. Definitely support a local small business and take your stuff to DirtLabs, and you won't be disappointed.

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    DirtLabs: Good work, quick turnaround, fair price. They can probably tune them to you and your riding style in the process of a simple rebuild. I've only had rears done, but they come back better than stock.

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    I send all my clients forks and shocks to Luby at DirtLabs in Boulder.
    Awesome work, they are factory authorized and typically have a one day turn-around.

    Tell Luby, The Gravity Garage sent ya...
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    Bike Source had a deal, still might. $150 for both fork and shock on my bike, including the seals/replacement parts. Unreal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by csgaraglino View Post
    I send all my clients forks and shocks to Luby at DirtLabs in Boulder.
    Awesome work, they are factory authorized and typically have a one day turn-around.

    Tell Luby, The Gravity Garage sent ya...
    Another vote for Luby at Dirt Labs. They have done 4 rebuilds on 3 different forks in 2 years for me. Each time the fork felt better than new. They are honest and super knowledgeable. I've used Push for rear shock modifications, but Dirt Labs gets my vote.
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    Dirtlabs!

    Luby there did a good job on my Fox forks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikebum View Post
    Bike Source had a deal, still might. $150 for both fork and shock on my bike, including the seals/replacement parts. Unreal.
    Yep! That's how much I paid...

    I heard PUSH only does FOX, may want to inquire.

    PUSH Industries
    1520 Taurus Court
    Loveland, CO 80537

    Phone: (970) 278-1110
    Fax: (970) 278-9450

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    DirtLabs hands down. Expert knowledge, quick turnaround and super friendly vibe.

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    DirtLabs!

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    If your in the Denver area come and see us!
    We have been operating for 3 years doing mostly Maverick, but have always done all forks etc. We have full bike service as well.
    Give us a shout - ethan@mavericksuspension.com

    Luby is great, but if in Denver easier to get to us!
    Maverick Suspension Inc.
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    It may be a little far for you, Redstone Cycles in Lyons set up my fork. Kevin used to work at Dirtlabs and he's top notch. Great service and friendly LBS environment, you can even watch them work on your shock.

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    I didn't know that, I thought you were only Mav's. Good to know.

    I've bought some parts from you.....

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