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Cane Creek adds trunnion mount shocks

Cane Creek trunnion mount

Cane Creek trunnion mount shocks are here.

Cane Creek trunnion mount shocks are here. The North Carolina-based company has announced the release of their DB Air CS and DB Coil CS shocks in trunnion-mount versions. Both Cane Creek trunnion mount shocks include the same four-way independent adjustability and climb-switch technology of their standard-mount counterparts and are available in sizes ranging from 185 mm x 50mm to 225mm x 75mm.

“Trunnion-mount has really taken off in the past few years with many great frame manufacturers going exclusively to that standard,” said Sam Anderson, product manager for Cane Creek. “We want riders on trunnion-mount bikes to be able to experience the same performance, adjustability and hand-built quality they would on a non-trunnion bike. The DB Air CS and DB Coil CS in trunnion-mount gives riders more choice on how to pair their favorite suspension with their favorite bike.”

DB Coil CS and DB Air CS in Cane Creek trunnion mount are available now through retailers and distributors or factory direct through the company’s website at Pricing for the shocks remains the same as their non-trunnion-mount counterparts – $695 for the DB Air CS and $620 – $680 for the DB Coil CS depending on the choice of spring.

Cane Creek Trunnion Mount Key Specs

Weight: DB Coil CS – 454 grams (weight varies by size, spring configuration, and spring rate) — DB Air CS – 500 grams (weight caries by size).

Damping: Twin Tube independent compression and rebound in two high-speed and four low-speed damping circuits.

Adjustments: 4-way independent adjustment — high-speed compression, low-speed compression, high-speed rebound, low-speed rebound, climb Switch On/Off

Lengths: 185 x 50mm, 185 x 55mm, 205 x 60mm, 205 x 65mm, 225 x 70mm, 225 x 75mm

Finish: Anodized and laser-etched and hand built in North Carolina, USA.

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