Suspension Service Centre

suspension READY

from £59.99

  •  Did you know fork manufacturers often require you to remove the slider, clean & service your fork every 20 hours of riding? We can carry out this at a budget price. 
  •  Full suspension services include: Fork operations are checked, full bench strip down & all fork components are removed & cleaned individually in a chemical bath. Bushings are checked for any play & replaced if needed. 
  • All wiper seals, o-rings & quad rings are replaced within the service charge. We then re assemble your suspension unit with factory procedures, grease any spring assemblies & use the very best performance hydraulic fluid.  
  •  We will check all the adjustments on your suspension unit and made sure it feels box fresh. If you have put your weight on the suspension service form we will set the fork up to match your weight & riding style. 



  • Basic slider service (Clean and check) £59.99 
  • All Fox Forks excluding Talas (excl Talas) £125
  • Talas £125
  • Bush replacement £45
  • Transfer all models £109


  • All Float, RP2, RP3, RP23, RP7 £129
  • Epic Brain  £149
  • Remote Brain £169
  • DPS/DPX £129
  • VAN / DHX 3/4/5/DHX RC4 £129
  • AIR CAN SERVICE £39.95


  • Basic slider service (Clean and check) £59.99 
  • All fork models 30-32mm stanchion.  £99
  • All fork models 35 - 38mm stanchion £109


  • Deluxe & Super Deluxe £109
  • Monarch & Monarch Plus £99


  • Reverb Stealth £110
  • Reverb £110


  • XR £93
  • X313 £93
  • XM £93
  • XM180 £93
  • XR & XR CARBON £103
  • SSD £93
  • EX200 £93


  • Basic slider service (Clean and check) £59.99
  • XRM £93
  • XMM £93
  • EXM £93
  • XRC/28.6 £93
  • ODL/OPM £93
  • Bush replacement with service £39.95 
  • Bush replacement without service £59.95 
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  • Basic slider service (Clean and check) £59.99 
  • RC35 XCS (Including new elastomer kit) £94.99
  • RC35 Monobox (Including new elastomer kit) £109
  • RC36 All models £99
  • RC37 £99
  • Monster Downhill £99
  • RC38 Airforce all models £99
  • RC39 £99
  • RC40 all models £99
  • RC41 All models £99
  • Bush replacement with service £39.95 
  • Bush replacement without service £59.95 


  • All models subject to availability of spare parts - Please call us before booking £97 


  • TC Pull shock £148.95
  • Equalizer 2 & 3 £113
  • Nude 1 & 2 £93


  • Basic slider service (Clean and check) £59.99 
  • Bomber £87
  • Marathon £87
  • Freeride £87
  • Dirt Jump £87
  • Junior T £87 
  • 888 £87
  • 66 £87
  • Shiver £87
  • Monster £87
  • Rocco RC, Rocco WC, Rocco TST £97 



Current turn around time for servicing is 2 days approximately. 


If it's quality, unbiased and personal mountain bike suspension servicing you need to look no further. We're all mountain bikers to the core and not interested in 'talking up' the work that needs doing to your suspension fork or shock. We are here to provide the best service we can and maintain our reputation for fast and friendly service.

After all we're based right at the trailhead in Dalby Forest as close as its possible to get to the trails and our customers needs. And with a unique background in suspension design and manufacture we have an un-paralled insight into the workings of your suspension no matter whether it's a Fox, Rock Shox or any other modern or retro brand.

We operate an online booking system for all suspension service jobs and this is the fastest way to get your unit booked in. Simply click on the relevant button at the bottom of this page for a Fork/Shock or Reverb service to see what is included in our service. Follow the instructions to download the service form which will be then sent directly to our technician who will book your fork or shock suspension in at our end, and away you go.

For the majority of UK customers we operate a three day turn around upon receipt of the suspension.


We do not take any money at the time of booking, you can fill in your card details on the form and your bank account will be debited once the work has been carried out, alternatively we can call you and payment can be made over the phone (Just leave the card details blank on your service form).

Any additional service work which has not been stated on your service form will not be started without prior agreement. One of our technicians will call you first to discuss any additional work so make sure you put the best contact number on your suspension service form.

If you don't want to book your fork or shock suspension in online, no problem, just give us a call at the office on 01751 477737 and we can book it in over the phone.

Please pack your fork, shock or seat post adequately to prevent damage in transit. If you do not have a fork box, visit your LBD or wrap in bubble wrap then cardboard.



We offer a collection service through Parcelforce for £16 which will be added to your final bill if you would rather us collect your Fork or Shock. Collection and return is £32. If you require this service make sure the fork is packed and ready to collect before you complete the service form. It can be collected from home or a business address.

Please make sure that the parcel will be available between 09:00 and 17:00 and easily accessible. If you choose to leave your parcel in a safe place, this is at your own risk but please make sure the instructions are clear for the courier. If your parcel is not ready or Parcelforce can not find it then there is a £15 failed collection charge that will be added to your final bill.

Couriers only pick up and deliver on working days, not weekends.

Collections can only be made from UK Mainland addresses. For Highlands and Islands you will need to allow two days for a collection.


All suspension will be returned to you via a courier and you will need to make sure someone is in to sign for your suspension unit.

We use Parcelforce 48 hour delivery for most UK addresses. Highlands and Islands may vary as do over seas.


  • Collection Mainland UK £16
  • Collection & Return Mainland UK £32




  • Hold bike in a stand ideally and drop the front wheel out 
  • Remove the bolts attaching the brake calliper to the fork slider using an M5 allen key
  • Remove the stem top cap bolt using a 5mm allen key
  • Support fork then loosen the stem bolts and slide stem and any spacers off the steerer
  • Slide the fork out from the headtube and set aside before passing a long zip through headset and headtube to keep everything in place
  • Leave crown race collar on steerer tube - No need to remove this
  • Package up in a suitable box protecting the dropout and packing end of steerer so it doesnt break through box.
  • Please use a strong, good quality box with suitable clean packaging to save time at our end unpacking and repacking - we'll re-use your original materials!
  • Hold bike in a stand and slide steerer up through headset working all headset parts onto steerer as it passes through headtube 
  • Fit spacers under stem before sliding stem into place on steerer tube 
  • Remove the stem top cap bolt using a 5mm allen key
  • Fit top-cap and bolt loosley 
  • Align stem to front wheel and top tube by eye then tighten central stem bolt lightly and secure  brake hose to fork
  • Fit Front wheel then spin wheel and apply then and hold on front brake, tighten brake calliper bolts to manufacturers torque figs, release brake lever and check wheelspins freely
  • Drop bike onto its wheels, apply brake and rock back and forth adjusting out any play in headset with top cap bolt then tightening stem bolts
  • Run final checks on all bolts, wheel and brake security. Take for a gentle test ride checking all is good.




  • Ideally secure bike in its stand and let a little preload off coil spring/drop air spring pressure to ease shock removal.
  • If in a stand remove rear wheel - If not keep rear wheel in. If this is a remote lockout shock then you will have to disconnect the lever assy from the handlebars/cable from lever/cable from shock.
  • Loosen lower shock mounting eye bolt, support the rear wheel then remove shock eye bolt completely
  • Support the rear swing-arm or zip tie in place and protect frame with cloths & packaging. (Do not let swing arm extend down as gear cables & hoses can be damaged).
  • Remove the upper shock mounting eye bolt and remove shock.
  • Set mounting kit (spacers either side of shock eye) aside for safe keeping or return full set with shock for checking as required
  • Ideally secure bike in its stand.
  • If you retained the mounting kit plug both sides into upper shock eye & mount upper shock end to main frame inserting mounting eye bolt & nut.
  • Tighten shock to the frame & fit mounting kit into lower shock eye then lift swing-arm & align lower shock eye with swing-arm, inserting mounting bolt & tighten.
  • Reconnect remote lever & cable/hose if fitted.
  • Drop bike onto its wheels & check over all screws, fittings & security of wheel.
  • Check sag, rebound & compression (We set to average rider weight of 70kg) then gently test tide before shredding!

Pace Manuals & Exploded diagrams

RC529/RC627/127/RC129/RC127+ Models



Fork Damper Oil Levels

2006 RC39XC & RC31 models

2006 RC40, RC41 & Fighter models 

RC80 Bottom Bracket fitting, service & maintenance

2003 Hallowform owners manual for RC31/RC36/RC38 Models

2004 & 2005 XCFR & XCAM suspension fork tuning & service manual (tuning & maintenance guide & servicing)

2015 Pace RC127 Manual

2006 RC39 XCAM arrangement

2006 RC40 XCAM arrangement

2006 RC41 XCAM arrangement

2006 RC40 Fighter G.A arrangement

2006 RC41 Fighter G.A Arrangement

2006 RC40 XCFR Suspension Fork

2003 RC38 Racing Hallowform

2003 RC38 LT Hallowform

2003 RC36 Stealth (without remote lock-out)

2003 RC36 Stealth (lock-out)

2002 RC36 Pro Class 2 lock-out

2000/1/2 RC38 Air Force 1/2

2001/2 RC36 Pro Class 2 (Non Lock-out)

2000 RC36 Evo 3

1998 RC36 Evo Pro/MXCD