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    Where do I order Maverick (MonoLink/DUC32) parts from?

    I tried calling Maverick 5 times today w/ no answer. Maybe they're just busy trying to settle in after relocating? I would really like to get these parts ordered, but I'm wondering if I should be trying to buy them elsewhere.


    I need;

    MonoLink:
    • New Bolts-Very slight visible wear, also some evidence of pitting.
    • New Bronze bushings
    • New Bearings-The lower drive side bearing has obvious play, and side to side movement of the monolink/rear triangle is evident when riding.


    DUC32:
    • New Lower Guards
    • Large Adj Stem (100-120)
    • Frame "bumpers"
    • 7nM Neg Spring (X-Heavy)
    • 15wt oil
    • New fork seals



    Are there any other parts/tools you guys can think of that would aid in swapping the Monolink bearings out? I repacked the lower bearings with grease and lubed up both bolts, but it didn't remove any of the play. I can get the bearings through enduroforkseals.com if needed, but it would be easiest to just source everything through Maverick if possible.

    I know I need new DUC seals since I have to cut the old ones off-is there anything else I have to/may destroy when rebuilding? I need to adjust the shim stack, do I need to order more shims?

    Anything else you guys could recommend for a 250lb rider that would aid in setting up the Duc? I'm running 150psi but am able to bottom the fork just bunnyhopping 2-3". I'm going to move to 160psi, but I'm not real comfortable running the absolute max the fork is rated for. How do I add air to the damper cartridge? I take it this can only be done with the fork disassembled?
    Maverick Durance Ano-DUC32/C KING/XTR
    Mav ML8 Ano-DUC32/X0
    Mav ML8-DUC32/I9/XTR
    09 Spec. Demo-Totem-Ti DHX
    Norco Team DH

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    Possible answers for DUC parts.

    I'm new to the Maverick and this is my limited experience as far as dealers/parts. I've been to three shops that have LOTS of experience and parts; they are (inmo) PRIMO Maverick dealers. I've been to a couple others but in all fairness to them, (inmo) the three I've listed knew more about Maverick and were hardcore believers in the brand.

    Absolute Bikes in Salida Colorado, ask for Scott ( Email: Info@AbsoluteBikes.com)
    Toll Free: 1-877-284-1242

    BikeWorks, Albuquerque New Mexico ask for Dan Lucero
    Phone # (505) 884-0341
    Email: bikeworksabq@gmail.com

    Peak Cycles?BikeParts in Golden Colorado ask for John.
    888.606.1616

    I was in all three shops in July and spent a lot of time talking to Scott @Absolute and Dan @BikeWorks know their stuff!

    Tell them the funny looking "OLD" guy fro, New Mexico sent you.

    I understand your frustration in trying to get parts, been there before.
    Good luck in your search.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IRONMAN1518
    I'm new to the Maverick and this is my limited experience as far as dealers/parts. I've been to three shops that have LOTS of experience and parts; they are (inmo) PRIMO Maverick dealers. I've been to a couple others but in all fairness to them, (inmo) the three I've listed knew more about Maverick and were hardcore believers in the brand.

    Absolute Bikes in Salida Colorado, ask for Scot Info@AbsoluteBikes.com
    Toll Free: 1-877-284-1242

    Don't know where you got that phone number, cuz that does Not go to me @ the shop, nor use that email.

    Hit me up here either on PM or email.

    Scoty
    Quote Originally Posted by mikesee
    Better suited to non-aggressive 125# gals named Russell.
    I ride so slow, your Garmin will shut off.

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    DUC Parts and Info

    My deepest apologies! Gave out the address and phone for Absolute Bikes in SEDONA AZ; NOT SALIDA, Colorado. I'm dumb. I meant Absolute Bikes in SALIDA COLORADO
    (sorry Scotty).

    THE Absolute Bikes in Salida Colorado, is the place I meant.
    Phone:
    719-539-9295
    888-539-9295
    Ask for Scott. HE knows the stuff about Maverick.
    (at least that's the number on the correct website),
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    Thanks for the info IRONMAN. Do you think you could edit the second post so future readers won't be confused? (Just in case they wouldn't read down to your second post.)
    Maverick Durance Ano-DUC32/C KING/XTR
    Mav ML8 Ano-DUC32/X0
    Mav ML8-DUC32/I9/XTR
    09 Spec. Demo-Totem-Ti DHX
    Norco Team DH

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    Scoty- I sent you an email.
    Maverick Durance Ano-DUC32/C KING/XTR
    Mav ML8 Ano-DUC32/X0
    Mav ML8-DUC32/I9/XTR
    09 Spec. Demo-Totem-Ti DHX
    Norco Team DH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Datalogger
    Scoty- I sent you an email.
    Email replied twice, awaiting for a phone call.
    Quote Originally Posted by mikesee
    Better suited to non-aggressive 125# gals named Russell.
    I ride so slow, your Garmin will shut off.

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