Service Intervals

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Failure to properly maintain your shock will result in an accident, personal injury, or death.

We recommend all DVO Suspension service should be performed by a qualified bicycle mechanic. Terrain, location and riding ability can greatly affect the interval in which maintenance should be performed. Always inspect your products, and lean towards caution if maintenance is in question. When in doubt, consult a qualified bicycle mechanic, or contact DVO Suspension directly.

Service Interval Notes
Inspect exterior for oil leaks or damage to the shock shaft such as pitting or chips. Every Ride
Clean any dirt or mud with soapy water & a clean towel. Do NOT use harsh solvents that can damage rubber seals. Every Ride Debris on the shaft body can accelerate seal wear and failure, keep shock shaft clean!
Inspect Sag Setting Every Ride Air Pressure can be reduced over time, this is a normal occurance.
Check mounting hardware Regularly Loose or worn shock hardware can damage the shock and or frame. Keep them tight!
Check Bladder Air Pressure Regularly Air Pressure can be reduced over time, this is a normal occurance.
Inspect Rebound Knob Regularly Check for a smooth and properly functioning knob.
Inspect Compression Lever Regularly Check for a smooth and properly functioning lever.
Replace all seals and oil change 150 ride hours or one year Seal kit part# 1569008
Air Spring Service 150 ride hours or one year Air Spring Service kit part# 1569010