DNM MM-22 Rear Shock

DESCRIPTION

  • Air/Oil Coil Spring shock absorber.
  • Oil damping with floating piston.
  • Nitrogen-charged.
  • Dark hard anodized body fro MM-22L And MM-22L AR.
  • T6 CNC-machined. AL6061 spring stopper and top eyelet except for MM-22.
  • Easy-turn spring preload adjuster for MM-22.
  • Externally adjustable rebound damping for MM-22 AR & MM-22L AR.
  • Travel(MM-22):30/35/40/ mm.
  • Length:150/160/170 mm.
  • Travel(AR):25/30/35 mm.
  • Length:155/160/170 mm.
  • Travel (L & L AR):45/50/55/60 mm.
  • Length: 180/190/200/210 mm.

  • USER REVIEWS

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    [Feb 13, 2002]
    Paulo Sérgio
    Cross Country Rider

    OVERALL
    RATING
    2
    VALUE
    RATING
    3
    Strength:

    It has hold up some beating until now!

    Weakness:

    Heavy

    Pretty unresponsive to be something special. Havin' heard some stuff about DNM stuff I'm hoping it doesn't blow off!
    Dreaming of a Cane Creek AD-12, but for now this one will have to do.
    Gets 3 value Chilis only because of it's price.

    [May 05, 2003]
    andrew
    Weekend Warrior

    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5

    any one no how much this shox would be to buy new in Canadian doller, or american?

    [May 09, 2002]
    Steven
    Downhiller

    OVERALL
    RATING
    3
    VALUE
    RATING
    4
    Strength:

    Quite tough, Asjustable rebound is good, reasonably well made.

    Weakness:

    Compresion damping to low, Not very smooth, Mine blew

    This shock took a hell of a pounding in its one year life. It handled huge 10 ft drops and i raced it DH once. Until then it performed fine. A rock drop in the race blew it though, but its a fine buget shock.

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    DNM, fox float R

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