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Old 10-07-2016, 01:38 AM   #1
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Default What direct replacement shocks do you use on your FB and where did you get them?

Hi everyone. I tried using the search...and failed. I looked for Konis, Bilsteins, and Racing Beat won't have their Tokicos until December. I have a set of KYBs but that's a last resort as they don't last long.

So my question is...same (almost) as the thread name...What shock absorbers are you using on your FB? Do you like them? And where'd you get them?






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Old 10-07-2016, 10:38 AM   #2
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I have KYBs and they cant handle RB springs. I'd like to get the adjustable Tokicos but
could probably settle for the blues instead.
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Thanks TG. I guess I'll make the order and wait for Racing Beat for December.
Also would be prudent to hear from some of the other members. They may have something interesting.
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