Youre not going to find "cheaper" prices on Ti springs. All the ones on eBay (aside from fellow riders selling their used ones) are Chinese knock offs, that may be actual Ti, but not the same quality, and they arent as light as the proper RCS ones, my friend ordered one so Ive seen it first hand. Go-ride has the proper 1.38 ID RCS springs for DHX shocks. I had ordered a 1.48 ID from them just before they started carrying the DHX specific ones. I ended up just recently ordering the DHX one as I couldnt stand the creaking it made. Make sure you order right the first time!
Wow guys the losing my Belly option is looking by far the cheapest way out.
Ti springs go up in price too once they hit the 500lb mark, Doh! if only Maico rider on ebay had my size in stock, thatd rock!
Man if someone could make "quality" cheap Ti springs in sizes we need they'd make a killing.
Yeh but they do make cheap porsches its just they have a toyota name badge.
I dunno man i reckon they'd make 'em cheap in China or Taiwan or something? I remember a while back there was cheap Tiawan ones getting around.
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