... at least the last 70,000 and 3andahalf of which, I KNOW, with no maintenance whatsover, the rear shock on the old Hornet has cried 'NUFF". Much rear-end 'pogo-ing' through the Ten Mile this afternoon has convinced me of the need for action. Now, these people say that they will do a shock service and re-build for around $130 http://teknikracing.rtrk.com.au/?scid=13935&kw=4109848 but most other people I've asked about the same thing say $200 - $300. Am I misreading the Teknik quote, and they mean something else, or are the other quotes too expensive? Would it be better to replace the shock altogether, and if so, where could I get one and how much would it cost?