Push Industries - ElevenSix - SpokeX Bike Co
Push Industries - ElevenSix - SpokeX Bike Co
Push Industries

ElevenSix, Rear Shock

Regular price$1,764.59
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  • In stock, ready to ship
  • Inventory on the way
  • Expect a 2-4 week lead time as these are custom made! 
  • Available in Standard Eyelet and Trunnion Mount Metric Sizes Only
  • NEW HD model featuring Melonite QPQ high strength steel shaft
  • NEW Micro model features lightweight compact design (Evil Following)
  • NEW Patented Dual Overhead Compression Valve System with increased range
  • NEW 4 Port symmetrical Progressive Damping Piston
  • NEW Independent Hydraulic Bottom Out Piston
  • NEW Motorsport grade spherical bearing eyelet mounts
  • NEW High-Volume Low-Pressure Reservoir System (90psi)
  • 25 Clicks of External Low-Speed Compression Adjustment
  • 25 Clicks of External High-Speed Compression Adjustment
  • 18 Clicks of External Low Speed Rebound Adjustment
  • Ultralight Hybrid HyperCoil progressive spring system
  • Engineered specifically for each bike’s unique suspension characteristic
  • Individually Dyno tested
  • Motorex 3D Response Technology Oil
  • Manufactured and Hand Assembled by PUSH in Colorado

 

 

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Testimonials

Thanks again for the amazing service ! I cannot thank all the guys at SpokeX for building me a killer set of wheels. They were super easy do deal with and I would gladly support them again ! Super great experience and I think I will have to order another set for my DH bike !! You guys rock !

Damon B.

After having wheels backorder for nearly 5 months I canceled the order and ordered new wheels through SpokeX. My wheels arrived less than 2 weeks later just in time for my Bentonville trip. These guys earned my business for sure!

Michael C.

Dope shop, staff is on point .. Got some good info on wheels, hubs, etc. They even worked on the same wheel off my bike three times until they figured out it was the off brand valve I used that was causing the slow leak...replaced it with a Muc-Off and been rolling good since.

Albert J.