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Old 05-10-2013, 10:09 AM   #45
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Originally Posted by jj le roux View Post
The guys at Wilbers make a good shock as well don't they. I believe even their entry level is great. Also made to rider spec, conditions and pillion.
Most, if not all, aftermarket custom shocks are set up per your specs and criteria

Originally Posted by jj le roux View Post
How do they class their shocks at TT. Between the 3 which one to go for?
They offer the different classes to compete with the other manufacturers and to cater to the type of riding you do and all depends on how deep your pockets are. If you are just going on a Sunday stroll get the lower end, if you are loading the bike up and taking some weekend or week long trips with an occasional fire road get the middle of the road, if you are loaded for bear and making your own trail thru some intense terrain and thrashing the bike get the high end.

Call Alex at Konflict or call Touratech and tell them the type of riding you anticipate doing and they can assist and guide you to the shock that suits your wants/needs.
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