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i think the title says it all. What are the differences.

I know the Thrux shocks are longer than the bonnie's but at the scrams longer than thrux's, how about the difference in ride between the three?

I'm anticipating a new D&D exhaust soon and know that the ground clearance will be a little sketchy with stock bonnie shocks, and mine look like crap any ways (only bad part about living near the ocean). There happens to be a like new pair of scram shocks in the classifieds for a decent price to hold me over till i can up grade to something better.
 

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What are the differences.

.... are the scrams longer than thrux's.
The Thrux and Scrambler shocks are the same length.

Stock shocks shouldnt go for very much on Eaby/classifieds 'cos their not very good compared to the after-market alternatives.

I guess thats why they're there!


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ha i just noticed i spelled bonnie wrong.

Any ways, i know there are better aftermarket shocks out there, im just looking at the scram shocks in the classifieds here as something to get me through till i can throw another 500 at the the bike.

i was just wondering if the scrambler shocks were softer than the bonnie shocks and would cause some weird handing with the stock front suspension
 

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The springing is pretty much the same , being longer they will raise the rear end up which will quicken up the steering a little bit. They should be cheap enough to buy used, and will get you by until you save enough for upgraded ones.
 
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