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    PUSH turn around time?

    how long does it usually take a shock to be serviced at Push?
    Thanks in advance.

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    I have had 2 shocks serviced by push and in both cases the work was done, completed and shipped back out in 1 day.

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    It doesn't matter how long because the improvement is so huge. A week to 10 days depending on what part of the country you are in. Send it overnight if you are in a hurry.
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    It depends

    It depends on their workload as always. To be safe, 7-10 days door to door is a good bet. I think mine took 7 days. Well worth the wait.

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    Called them yesterday and they are currently running 4-6 days right now. I assume that is time in shop, not total time. Seems pretty quick to me so that is cool.

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    Took a lot longer for me

    But was worth every day of wait. Always good to call first though (lesson to self....)
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    Took about 7 business days but that was last year. Give 'em a holler and ask. They'll give ya a good estimate.
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    It changes based on demand..

    Quote Originally Posted by hitman13
    how long does it usually take a shock to be serviced at Push?
    Thanks in advance.

    If you want a accurate estimate you have to call um..

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    I had my Septune rebuilt about a month ago by Push. They had it about 2 weeks. It was supposed to be faster but they had to wait on some seals they didn't have in stock. The improved ride is well worth the wait.

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