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    Progressive Air Shock rebuild

    Does anyone still rebuild the Progressive rear air shock? I have a first year SC Blur that used about three warranty shocks, finally got one that lasted. This shock has not been used much for a couple years because I went 29er. Tried it the other day and no rebound adjustment. It might work if it gets ridden but still wanted to know about a rebuild, thansk

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    garage works in Irvine, CA might have the parts but honestly I'd circular file it if I were you - terrible shock. You can get a Fox on e-bay cheap and then have it PUSHED - you'll LOVE your Blur then, trust me - been there, done that.

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    Progressive?

    They still make off road and Harley shocks, and I think they still service the bike shocks.

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    Kyle @ thebrokenbike.com

    I'd get another shock though Float R would be a significant improvement for not too much more.

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    LIke the others said, save the money that a rebuild would cost and invest it in a new fox float, the progressive airs werent that great, even a float r would probably be better

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