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post #1 of 12 Old 01-24-18, 03:25 Thread Starter
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OEM 675R (13+) shock pricing

What's the going rate to buy or sell an OEM 675R shock? I am considering changing things up on my bike but want to get an idea of what I should be asking :)

EBay pricing is all over the place.

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post #2 of 12 Old 01-24-18, 11:56
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Most of them on ebay are around $550. The more expensive ones at $1000+ are aftermarket Ohlins GP shocks that are much nicer.
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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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Much nicer? How so? Stock shock is an off the shelf Ohlins TTX. Only valving and springs are custom for Triumph.
I thought you could change preload without changing ride height with the "real" version, and that isn't a feature of the triumph ttx.
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I will let this old Swedish guy explain:

On top of better valving, the GP also has length adjustment and hydraulic preload.
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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+

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Much nicer? How so? Stock shock is an off the shelf Ohlins TTX. Only valving and springs are custom for Triumph.
The 675R shock is basically an MK1 without hydraulic preload adjustment

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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.
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what are you up to now @MacBandit

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...
https://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=212178


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