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I have a 95 and 96 Super V that both need the rear shocks rebuilt on. I am having a tough time finding info. on parts for these shocks and would look at buying a good used shock or rebuilding what I have if I can find parts. One shock is a vanilla coil over, and the other is a Alps 4. Any info. would be greatly appreciated.
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Brian
 

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BLRacing67 said:
I have a 95 and 96 Super V that both need the rear shocks rebuilt on. I am having a tough time finding info. on parts for these shocks and would look at buying a good used shock or rebuilding what I have if I can find parts. One shock is a vanilla coil over, and the other is a Alps 4. Any info. would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
Brian
If in Europe, contact these guys in England. They know a lot about everything shock-wise and may be able to help you. They rebuilt a '98 Rock Shox Super deluxe for me last year.

Their service is awesome and extremely fast.

http://www.tftunedshox.com/home.htm
 

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The_Missile said:
If in Europe, contact these guys in England. They know a lot about everything shock-wise and may be able to help you. They rebuilt a '98 Rock Shox Super deluxe for me last year.

Their service is awesome and extremely fast.

http://www.tftunedshox.com/home.htm
Thanks for the info.! Too bad it is in the UK. I would think someone in the U.S. would be able to do the same. Oh, Well.
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Are you aware that if you upgrade the swingarm to a CAD4 or + swingarm you can increase the travel and then run a modern stable platform shock on it. If you take the chance and setup you super V right you can find yourself with a pretty sweet bike....
 
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