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Shout out to "Mountain Bike Suspension Centre"

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I took my DT forks and fox RP23 to Simon @ Mountain Bike Suspension Centre.
http://www.mtbsuspension.com.au/
What a fantastic service experience.
Simon is friendly and professional.
only took 2 days to turn around - ensuring I had my suspension back for the weekend.

He took photos of the filthy oil that came out of my shocks and kept the buggered seals to show me when I came to pick them up.

went for a ride this weekend and it was like riding a new bike. the suspension is smooth and plush again.

Awesome service

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Just saying...
I ordered some specific parts from pushys online store, the sort of stuff bike shops don't carry as they are quite random (such as a ladies helmet in xxs, in a certain colour with certain features, a certain brand of chain lube and drive train cleaner..). I ordered it yesterday mid morning.

Low and behold! Today at 8:11am it was delivered to my front door!! That's a 22 hour turn around!! And it was free delivery!

Made my day.

Servicing Time ATAC XS pedals

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I spent this morning replacing the bearings and bushes in two sets of Time pedals and thought I'd share for anyone else that maybe running these pedals. Over the years my Time's developed some play so I thought I'd replace the internals myself.

Here is how I did it:
1) Remove the end caps. I improvised using two small screwdrivers but a set of circlip pliers will probably make things easier.
2) Remove the nut on the end of the axle.
3) The axle is quite snug in the bearing. You will need to use a drift or similar to tap out the axle.

Best Mountain Bike