shock issues

Discussion in 'Mountain Bikes' started by Frank, Jun 13, 2003.

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  1. Frank

    Frank Guest

    I got Insync Grind 320 shocks that came with my Trek. I notice the shocks are kinda 'sticky' at the
    top. If I hold my bike still, and then press down so that the shock compresses about an inch, it
    sticks there and dosen't bounce back up unless i actually pull up the bike... I tried adding in a
    little chain lube around the seal area but that didn't help.

    is this a service/warranty issue?
     
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  2. Carla A-G

    Carla A-G Guest

    "Frank" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
    > I got Insync Grind 320 shocks that came with my Trek. I notice the shocks are kinda 'sticky' at
    > the top. If I hold my bike
    still,
    > and then press down so that the shock compresses about an inch, it sticks there and dosen't bounce
    > back up unless i actually pull up the bike... I tried adding in a little chain lube around the
    > seal area but that didn't help.
    >
    > is this a service/warranty issue?

    Use your fork as a stake to support your tomato plants as they grow, then, go out and get a
    Marzocchi for your bike.

    - CA-G

    Can-Am Girls Kick Ass!
     
  3. Mtbchip

    Mtbchip Guest

    in article [email protected], Carla A-G at [email protected] wrote on
    6/13/03 9:34 PM:

    > "Frank" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
    >> I got Insync Grind 320 shocks that came with my Trek. I notice the shocks are kinda 'sticky' at
    >> the top. If I hold my bike
    > still,
    >> and then press down so that the shock compresses about an inch, it sticks there and dosen't
    >> bounce back up unless i actually pull up the bike... I tried adding in a little chain lube around
    >> the seal area but that didn't help.
    >>
    >> is this a service/warranty issue?
    >
    > Use your fork as a stake to support your tomato plants as they grow, then, go out and get a
    > Marzocchi for your bike.
    >

    That about sums it up...........
     
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