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post #1 of 8 Old 01-30-2014, 08:07 PM Thread Starter
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I am looking for a Ohlins shock spring #ohlins 01093 74/180. Please let me know if you have one for sale. Thank You

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I am looking for a Ohlins shock spring #ohlins 01093 74/180. Please let me know if you have one for sale. Thank You
You will have a hard time finding a used one. Maybe ebay? PM LDH, he will be able to source a new one. I think they are around $100

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I talked to Ohlins today and they said there is very little difference between the one I have now and the 74/180. I will give the one I have a shot in the spring and go from there. The roads here in Michigan can be pretty rough and with the winter we are having I expect them to be even worse. Thank You

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I've got new ones & used ones on the shelf

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Right now I have a 69/170nm spring. I weigh in at 165. I live in Michigan where the roads are rough so, I am not sure if I am in the ballpark. LDH, I think you touched base on this with me a while back and I thought you told me to try it out first. I am getting a little impatient with our weather here in MI. We are having snow storm after snow storm. They are telling us to expect storms every other day. I am really missing the Niner!!!

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I put the .85kg RaceTech springs in the front.

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Right now I have a 69/170nm spring. I weigh in at 165. I live in Michigan where the roads are rough so, I am not sure if I am in the ballpark. LDH, I think you touched base on this with me a while back and I thought you told me to try it out first. I am getting a little impatient with our weather here in MI. We are having snow storm after snow storm. They are telling us to expect storms every other day. I am really missing the Niner!!!
In this case go ahead and just get whole blown ohlins from ldh. You will love it

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I have the Ohlins in the back. I thought if I could find a spring cheap enough, I would get one to put on the shelf if needed.

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