$85 plus parts. Depending on the miles, parts are likely about $15 or so. We open the shock up, clean and inspect everything and replace worn parts. New Ohlins oil and a fresh charge of nitrogen and that's about it. We can respring or revalve the shock if needed. The Ohlins shocks have a lot of adjustment range and normally are not in need of a revalve.
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