While preparing for a ride on a cold but sunny saturday, I notice that the rebound of the rear shock was pretty slow. I try to adjust it through the red knob but while pouching on saddle to verify, I notice that my shock was compressing, compressing and compressing without returning to it original position. I even tried to pull up the saddle while retainning the wheel on the ground but it never come back, even if I removed all the air from the shock!!!
My mech. guys at my LBS called it an inverted air chamber shock. It didn't see that since 5 years at least. He succeeded to put it back and making it work, but it didn't last. As soon as I returned outside under cold temp (around 5C) it blowed again...
It's under waranty, but it may take 3-4 weeks to get it back since FOX service center Canada is moving from Montreal to south shore of Montreal. Well like like the season is over
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