/ TF Tuned?
Dave Garland at Stendec is your man:
Got a rear shock from them. Fast, easy to deal with, and perfectly set up for me and my bike. Will be sending my forks to them soon.
Never had a problem with TF, I'd recommend them. IMO Mojo have some 'interesting' ideas about tuning that won't suit everyone, but should be fine just for a service. Stendec used to have a terrible rep, but haven't heard much about them for a while.
> Stendec used to have a terrible rep, but haven't heard much about them for a while.
Really? Says who.
Known and used Dave for about 12 years now for front & rear shocks and a few custom builds. Always excellent!
And Danny Hart can't be wrong....
I've used TF tuning, good service but expensive, same with mojo, when possible I service my own forks, it's a pretty easy job.
I would also recommend jtech tuning (he also tends to be a chunk cheaper and have a quicker turnaround due to less jobs on).
I've used TFTuned to fix a rear shock in the past. Excellent service. I've also called them up to ask them about changing the seals on a pair of Totems; they didn't have them in stock so the chap ended up telling me how to do it myself, which I duly did with no problems.
So in general I'd say I'm impressed with them.
I've only used them once, and my basic Marzocchi(sp) Boxer forks came back fine and with adjusted rebound which made them perform better.
I have had two pairs of forks overhauled by TF; the 1st pair came back in good order. The second set came back in poor condition - I sent them back after discussing the problems over the phone and they fixed the problem. It had initally been missed as one componenet showed sign of light wear but appeared OK, so rather than slap in a new part and up my bill it had been left. But over a period of 2-3 days the air forks were loosing pressure.
Anyway I am very pleased with the way TF handled the whole matter, they do not simply slap on new parts at the slightest excuse and up the bill, and the cost of return and further work was met by TF ( I paid for the new part).
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