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post #1 of 29 Old 11-02-13, 01:42 Thread Starter
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Ohlins TTX shock for sale- SOLD!!!!

Hey fellas. So as stated I have a Ohlins TTX rear shock for sale. Bought it from TJ from their 2012R race bike unused. Had for 6 months and am low on funds. $650 takes it!

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Is this the aftermarket TTX shock?
what spring is on it?

if it is actually the one with the Ride height adjuster & Hydraulic preload adjuster, lets do some business.

Most of you people are not capable of being your GD self, to damn worried about being politically correct.
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I'm guessing is came off a stock 675 before they set it up for racing. Probably the same deal as the one I bought from TJ.

Slow is smooth, smooth is fast.

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I'm guessing is came off a stock 675 before they set it up for racing. Probably the same deal as the one I bought from TJ.

Slow is smooth, smooth is fast.
I am hoping not, already have one of those and am going to sell mine for way less $.

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Will this fit a 2010 Street triple? I am not currently on top of what fits what these days. What is is sprung for? Very interested and have the $$
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It fits 06-12 daytona or str. Stock spring.
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I am hoping not, already have one of those and am going to sell mine for way less $.
Send your unit to ohlins and they'll put a hydraulic preload adjuster on it for you.

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Need this amazing shock gone. Some lucky person grab it while you can. Make a reasonable offer!

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