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FACTORY DIRECT SERVICE

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FACTORY DIRECT SERVICE

Did you know that your shock needs service every 100 hours of riding time (or annually) to stay in top performance shape? Cane Creek shocks are designed for long-term durability, and regular maintenance will ensure a long service life! If you ride in extreme weather conditions, the service intervals should be more frequent.

In addition to our Certified Service Centers worldwide, we are pleased to offer factory-direct Service to all of our customers and dealers. Our aim is to provide you with unequaled attention, service, and quality

Factory Direct Service includes:

Complete tear down, cleaning, and rebuild of fork/shock
Installation of all new seals and of any running changes and updated parts since the shock was built
Oil change, vacuum-fill, and nitrogen recharge

Current service turnaround time is approximately 5-7 business days for forks & shocks.  Estimates are based upon arrival in Fletcher and once payment method is confirmed. Please consider reaching out to one of our Certified Service Centers depending on your location for shorter shipping lead times or potential service turnarounds.

 

All items:

+ return shipping

*Please note we no longer offer service on Cloud9, AD series or original DBCoil and DBAir (those without a Climb Switch). Seal kits for the Cloud 9 and AD 5 shocks can still be purchased here. For service on your original DBCoil or DBAir, please contact on of our Authorized Service Centers.

In addition, we currently offer the following upgrades that you can add to your service:

IL Climb Switch w/ Integrated Tool: Retrofit your older model IL shock with the new CS lever that has an integrated 3mm tool for quick access for trail side rebound and compression adjustments. Cost $34 additional

Black Damper Tube: Update the look with a new black outer damper tube below the cylinder head. Available for DB Air-CS shocks with grey damper tube. Cost $35 additional

VALT spring: Receive 15% off the pricing of a new lightweight VALT spring when purchased with a service.

Hardware: Need to refresh your hardware? Moving your shock to a new frame? Receive 15% off hardware when purchased with a service.

DB Inline to DB AIR[IL] Upgrade: Upgrade your DB Inline into the newer DB AIR[IL] during your in-house service. Click here for a PDF detailing the upgrades. Cost is $250 USD total, plus return shipping.
 
This option is only available for shock sizes 190mm – 216mm. Smaller shocks can no longer be upgraded.
 
(Does not include upgrade to the new IL Climb Switch w/ Integrated Tool as described above, but that can be added for $34.)
 
Upgrade original HELM damper to new MKII damper: New compression & midvalve circuit for increase support & control, SKF low friction oil seal head cartridge, and easier to turn HSC adjuster. Click here for more information. Cost detailed above.
 

Call 800.234.2725 or contact us at our Cane Creek Support Center with any questions or fill out the form below to set up your appointment!

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For warranty concerns, please contact us through our Cane Creek Support Center

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Reed Mann

Design Engineer
Name: Reed Mann
Position: Design Engineer
Year started: 2022
Best part of being a part of the Cane Creek family:  It’s very refreshing to work for a small, tight-knit company where we all share the same passions and to develop new products that make cycling better for everyone.
What you’ll find me doing on the weekends: Obviously riding bikes, but also wrenching on bikes or cars, exploring the mountains, and watching F1 races.
How I got here (at Cane Creek): Feeling pretty unfulfilled with a corporate engineering job, I happened to see that Cane Creek was hiring. I jumped at the opportunity to get my hands dirty working on the latest bike tech and was fortunate enough to be offered the position.