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post #1 of 11 Old 06-25-20, 17:27 Thread Starter
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Cool 06-12 Elka Shock/Eibach Spring

Elka shock and Eibach spring for 06-12 Triumph Daytona 675

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Reduced price to $150, which includes shipping to US lower 48.
How is this still here for this price.. Honestly I'd stop reducing it and put it on the Facebook daytona page back up at 350. If I still had that generation daytona it would be GONE
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Thanks for the idea. I'll post it on Facebook, that's the "Triumph Daytona 675 Club" page right?

Price increased back to $350.
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How is this still here for this price.. Honestly I'd stop reducing it and put it on the Facebook daytona page back up at 350. If I still had that generation daytona it would be GONE
That's the "Triumph Daytona 675 Club" facebook page, right? That's the biggest one I found that's somewhat active.
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That's the "Triumph Daytona 675 Club" facebook page, right? That's the biggest one I found that's somewhat active.
there is a daytona 675 united states that is pretty active.. But yeah don't take that for that shock!! unless I figure out how to put on a 13+ model
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there is a daytona 675 united states that is pretty active.. But yeah don't take that for that shock!! unless I figure out how to put on a 13+ model
Thanks. This site doesn't seem to get much traffic anymore (just 12 new posts today). I'll post it in a couple different facebook groups and see what happens.
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I mean, I'll buy it for 150 😛

I hope you're able to sell it for more, but I'm happy to be your last resort!
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Spring weight?

How heavy a rider is the spring for? I'm interested
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