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Old 11-16-2012, 09:00 AM   #36
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Originally Posted by Beater View Post
You really need to decide on the dual vs. mono-shock. The HPN guys attach the shocks to the frame ... so the GS subframe is necessary for both.

I will stress again, If I had it to do over, I would go for the dual shock ... reason being is that in the long run, parts are more plentiful, and it will be cheaper to acquire them.

But I agree ... the mono-shock looks cooler
my boss seems to think he has a GS frame somewhere, if thats the case, I will go mono shock because finding parts at a fair price wont be to big a problem for me. if not, then i will go with a dual shock. not only does mono look cooler but i think it rides better too, and i like the ease of rear wheel removal which is nice if you have a puncture.
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