hey m6-ridinī guys...
since i am a bit concerned about the sometimes heavy spring rub on the ccdb shock-body: could you (especially those who really use their bikes) please take a look on your 10.5" shock (no matter if its a ccdb or not) and report if thereīs some rub too or not?
i would be so thankful.
Originally Posted by boogenman
this was also the answer i got. replacing the part free of charge but for someone like me: i have to send it to the states which cost a lot and takes its time
considering the rub as just cosmetic? well it depends on the strength on the rub. in my case i would like to know at what point the body is so hardly damaged through the rub that it prevents me from using my bike...?
if i could switch to a bos stoy i will do so. if not i will keep the ccdb...
to those who obviously have the spring issue:
are you accepting the rub issue without geeting "angry". especially with an eye on the extra charge. i had the rub also on the threads of the body shock. now, it seems that itīs only on the sleeve.
since it does not seem a ti spring problem: it sems like there itīs more on the ccdb-problem than a revox issue..whats your opinion? is it because of the frameīs kinematics? never heard of foes (and their curnut shocks) and rub issue. it could also be because i never was really interested in foes. as i said before i am very satisified with the performance of the ccdb but the spring rub which seems to be extreme on this shock sucks. the sleeve also degrades the performance since the shock and the spring canīt move without rubbing each other. s
orry for posting, but iīm kind of frustrated.
returning the ccdb for a revox?
returning the ccdb and try to get a stoy?
i was not in contact with jeff. neither with malcom from cane creek. but my dealer did so. as far as i remember they had contact to both and managed all. therefor i am deeply grateful.
i am now in contact with bos and a bos dealer to check the stoy. the bos mechanical of fabien pedemanaud emailed me that they did not had any spring rub problem yet.
increase the id of the spring or decrease the shockīs body for a new ccdb version would be a solution. also buidling a thing which keeps the spring in their position respectively in their distance to the the body. (full floating?! sicklines.com --> hydraulic spring perch 4 the concerned customers? )
even if the m6 is one of the expensiver frames on the market for me it rides perfect: that aspect is only embittered by the fact of the tire rub (which was solved very fast!) and the ccdb ti spring rub issue.
just to make myself clear: i do not regret my m6 purchase, but i would like to get this (hopefully last) rub issue definitely solved. in favour of the customer(s)