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|MacBandit||Some of the Triumph shocks have the lock nuts for the lower eye hidden under the bottoming bumper. I’ve loweredad a few Tiger 800s that way. Probably not the case with an Ohlins shock but it couldn’t hurt to glance. Have I ever mentioned how much I like Penske shocks. All of them have length adjustment. Also American made and super easy to get parts and customization or service for.|
|MacBandit||Loading milk trucks and managing a warehouse. Also currently turning my photography hobby into a business.|
what are you up to now
I have an OEM for sale for $500+shipping if interested? Or were you selling an OEM looking for the upgrade @JTRC511 I have the upgraded GP shock too...
|MacBandit||I thought they had switched to the mkii on the 2013+. Guess I thought wrong. Too much stuff to keep track of now days. It was a lot easier when it was my job.|
Looks like there is a newer TTX GP called TR469 released last year. I knew only about the TTX GP TR361 for the 2013+ D675R.
Ohlins.eu - Product Finder for D675R 13+
I will let this old Swedish guy explain:
On top of better valving, the GP also has length adjustment and hydraulic preload.
|MacBandit||Much nicer? How so? Stock shock is an off the shelf Ohlins TTX. Only valving and springs are custom for Triumph.|
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