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Hi,

Looking for someone in the PHX area that can rebuild some fox shocks for me. Can any one give me some recomendations of at least two people?

Thanks,

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Can't you just take them to Sand Limo or Tatum? I would call them, they can either do it or tell you where to go. :sha:

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Kevin Mc Mullen. Not difficult to do yourself either. Just doing a rebuild or valving changes?

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I just rebuilt all 8 of mine. Super easy to do. Order the stuff from fox and do them yourself. Or, Rich from Twisted Alloy can do them for you.

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I just rebuilt all 8 of mine. Super easy to do. Order the stuff from fox and do them yourself. Or, Rich from Twisted Alloy can do them for you.

See my ebay store for seal kits, and nitrogen set-ups if you want to do it your self. ebay store Schmidtyracing.com will have everthing I have on ebay soon as well..

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Kritter is the man with the parts: he's mostly on Race-Dezert, but I'll plug him here.

Shockseals.com

There are a few tricks, but the main seals are pretty easy. I usually just skip the hard ones as they usually don't leak.

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Kevin Mc Mullen. Not difficult to do yourself either. Just doing a rebuild or valving changes?

rebuild and rplacing a bent shaft.

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Thanks for all the info. found what I needed.

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Guy over in N Phoenix does them in his garage

Raceshocks is the name of his biz 602 493 3700

He's been racing offroad for decades and is very knowledgable.

When I bought my car it rode like crap had him go through all the shocks(revalve)

Now it rides like a Cadillac in the whoops & Lands soft

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