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    Push Tuned Monarch RT3 For Mojo HD For Sale

    Tried to pay and post a classified/paid spam ad but the MTBR site is not letting me for some reason, keeps just starting me over and over, so I'm posting this ad here. I know someone here would like this deal, I got a deal on a monarch plus from another member so I'm passing on another good deal for this shock to the community.

    PUSH tuned Rockshox Monarch RT3 in excellent like new condition. Paid $430 a year ago and another $160 last month for a freshening/rebuild. No scratches, perfect condition. High volume air can. Tuned for 180 pound rider but will work for anyone. Aggresive Trail Tune. Price is Firm. Location is Pinole, CA East Bay Area

    $275 for MTBR member. (its on craigslist for $300)



    Last edited by Yody; 07-04-2012 at 11:25 AM.

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    All the money

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    Push doesnt even sell them anymore, so if you want one of these you have to buy one somewhere then pay $200 to have Push tune it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yody View Post
    Price is Firm.
    Whats the price? You said how much you paid, but not how much you want?

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    Oh whoops, $275 for MTBR member.
    Last edited by Yody; 07-04-2012 at 11:24 AM.

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    Anyone? Before i put on ebay

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    I bought this exact same shock used off someone here - Push'd for the HD and my same weight, and it is sweeeet.

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    Yeah i swapped it out for a push tuned monarxh us and to be honest it isnt tha much different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yody View Post
    Anyone? Before i put on ebay
    I had bought a Monarch plus from push a couple days before you posted, or else I would have bought your shock. Should sell easy on ebay if thats what you end up doing.

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    Hey Yody,
    Can you describe what the differences are in the feel /performance of the two shocks? Sometimes I wonder what I may be missing out on.

    I have a Push'd Tuned Monarch RT3 and it is an excellent shock. So much better then the Fox RP3 it is not funny. Anybody who jumps on that shock wont be disappointed.

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    I didnt ride the monarch plus enough but so far i think i need to more air pressure. Bike just felt clanky through really rough high speed rocks. Need more tuning time on it but initially i didnt notice any improvement. Then again the rt3has a fresh rebuilf amd the plus im using has 600 miles on it.

    I have a bunch of people interested in the.shock. Whoever gets it is getting a steal.

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    PM sent again

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    Sold

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    On a thread-jacking side note, do any of you guys know if PUSH will continue servicing Monarchs even though they're not selling them new? I need to get my recently purchased (direct from PUSH) Monarch AM retuned because it came out way too soft, and I'm still waiting on a call back from PUSH after leaving them two voicemails.

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    I think i read on here somewhere they would continue to service the ones they sold, but wouldnt be selling new/custom tuned shocks

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    Good, I hope that's correct. I'll wait for a callback (at least for a little while longer) before I start worrying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doismellbacon View Post
    Good, I hope that's correct. I'll wait for a callback (at least for a little while longer) before I start worrying.
    I was told by push just last week that they will continue to service thier tuned shocks. I bought a monarch plus from push last week and it's being tuned now for the HD. Last I heard, they only had 1 left as of last week,

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuenstock View Post
    I was told by push just last week that they will continue to service thier tuned shocks. I bought a monarch plus from push last week and it's being tuned now for the HD. Last I heard, they only had 1 left as of last week,
    How much they asking for the shock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuenstock View Post
    I was told by push just last week that they will continue to service thier tuned shocks. I bought a monarch plus from push last week and it's being tuned now for the HD. Last I heard, they only had 1 left as of last week,
    Yep, they got caught up and called me back to schedule the re-tune, so no worries.

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