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    Pivot 429 New Shock question...

    I've got the stock Fox float rLC (i think) on my 2010 Pivot 429. Is there a new shock that might give it a bit of a cushier/more trail bike feel? Thanks in advance!!

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    Pivot 429 New Shock question...

    Fox, PUSH, or Suspension Experts will retune it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrDon View Post
    Fox, PUSH, or Suspension Experts will retune it.
    So, you think I shouldn't look for a replacement, just a retune?

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    Pivot 429 New Shock question...

    Cheaper and adjusted for your weight, riding style and terrain. I've used PUSH with excellent results.

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    Send it to push! If its a 2010, it probably needs a rebuild anyway. Have them do the full Monty on the front and rear. Go with the high volume upgrade. You can pretty much get what equates to a perfectly tuned setup that runs better than a new one, for about half of the cost!

    I have all of my suspensions pushed sooner or later. If you have any questions, give them a buzz. Their customer service is awesome!

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