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    Default Rebuild or replace?

    Recently aquired an SP3 with a saggy rear shocky and wondering if best to rebuild or replace?rod is in good condition with no chips or scuffing so suspect seals are u/s..are there kits available for the Ohlins?

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    http://www.stevecramerproducts.com.au/

    These are the people to talk to about Ohlins in Australia

    Griff

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    griff is correct, but cramers are bloody expensive! with the exchange rate at the moment you may be surprised to find a brand new replacement from the U.S should work out cheaper than getting it rebuilt.
    i've bought ohlins from both these shops on line and both will spring it for your weight at no extra cost.

    http://www.ema-usa.com/suspension/su...n_ohlins.shtml

    http://www.hardracing.com/Shocks%20&...insPricing.htm

    cheers,
    paul.

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    Wow!..you're not wrong there?..very keen pricing on replacement units out of the states,priced one locally and nearly lost a lung!rebuild will cost just as much too...thanks for the info guy's..

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