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    CCDB Air Mounting Hardware

    Hi all,

    I have an SB-66 and am wondering if I can use the RP23's mounting hardware for a CCDB Air. If not, what's the part and cost?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thimk View Post
    Hi all,

    I have an SB-66 and am wondering if I can use the RP23's mounting hardware for a CCDB Air. If not, what's the part and cost?
    I ordered the CCDB Air for my SB-95 and it came with the hardware. Only parts I reused from the Yeti were the bolts. I'm back to the OEM Fox shock as the CCDB Air did not hold its air over night. CC is suppose to be sending out a replacement shock.

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    crux, that's a bit of a bummer about the air can ... but I'd love to hear about how it works out once you get some time on it.

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    Installed my DBair on Thursday and have ridden it all weekend. Blows the RP23 (non CTD) away soundly. Damping and tuning are bar-none and the factory "tune" only required me to adjust the low speed settings and pressure. Once I hit more extended descents I'll have the high speed adjustments dialed. So far so good. Plus the black and gold looks awesome with the color scheme my build sports.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SketchyD View Post
    Installed my DBair on Thursday and have ridden it all weekend. Blows the RP23 (non CTD) away soundly. Damping and tuning are bar-none and the factory "tune" only required me to adjust the low speed settings and pressure. Once I hit more extended descents I'll have the high speed adjustments dialed. So far so good. Plus the black and gold looks awesome with the color scheme my build sports.
    I'm sold.

    So the correct 22 x 8 mounting hardware came in the box? Is that factory tune specific to the SB-66 or was that their stock tune for all new shocks?
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