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Getting the rear shock tickled up

Whilst other bits are being fixed, i took the opportunity to get the rear shock looked... Highly recommend Dukic Performance in Wellington New Zealand if you need any suspension work done... they were kind enough to flick me a pic of the internals of the shock if anyone is interested...

One comment was that the shim setup "looked like it was setup for a crusier"!

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Thumbs up Nice Gremmin

Let me know how the shock works out, as the locals here are not too keen to work on mine, I have two ( Thanks to Dave _Castle) which I want to have re-valved and re-sprung.

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Let me know how the shock works out, as the locals here are not too keen to work on mine, I have two ( Thanks to Dave _Castle) which I want to have re-valved and re-sprung.
Will do!... tho it might be a week or two till i get back on the road, my alternator is playing up! - anyone not needing theres then?

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Arrived back today, thats including overnight courier down and back... cant knock that for quick delivery!

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Have you had a chance to test the shock yet?

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