Rockshox Fork Service Center

945 28th Street Unit E2 (at Prosper Park) Springfield, Oregon 97477
Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
RockShox is actually an American Company that develops as well as manufactures bicycle suspensions. The RockShox Company led the development of mountain bikes. RockShox Fork Service Center provides the routine maintenance and tuning of RockShox suspension. Apart from that service center also provide services for rebuilding, lower service, replacement of the CSU assembly, spring replacement, travel adjustments, air can service, custom tunes, line bleeds, Reverb service, etc.

How do you identify RockShox Forks?

Finding the RockShox fork's serial number is a very easy process there is a serial number on the backside of the fork crown engraved with laser.

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When should i service my RockShox Fork?

RockShox recommends for a front fork lower leg as well as for a rear shock air services must be done after every 50 hours of the ride. A lower leg service covers changing the bath oil, cleaning the seal or replacing it if needed, and also replacing the rings of the foam.

What happens if there is no oil in RockShox Forks?

With no or low oil in one of the fork tubes, the spring on one side may absorb nothing and on the other hand bike might absorb too much. This result in a bouncy ride, the user will feel every single bump on the trail, and the user can even injure themselves while coming down from a jump.

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