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I thought I saw some rear shocks with yellow springs somewhere. :???:

Any idea or was I hallucinating again? :drool:
 

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The above are Ohlins and are very expensive, at least to me. If you desire to have yellow springs, or any color for that matter, you could have the springs powdercoated for relatively cheap to the color of your choice.
 

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Oh ya, i don't remember if I had seen a piggy back resovoir on there or not. But otherwise that's what I was thinking. I didn't think about powdercoating. I'm lazy though...
 

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Dennis,

Works Performance has a lot of colors available for their shock springs. Since they build the shock to your order, you can have whatever colors you want or combination of colors on the multi-spring shocks :-D --limited to the colors they offer, of course. I believe they have red, blue, white, black, yellow, and gold--maybe others. The rest of the shock can also be made of different colors--not sure what all is offered for the shock body besides black, aluminum, and chrome.

Larry
 

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Larry..... once again, you da man! :cool:

So what's recommended? Steel Trackers ok? Single, Dual or Triple rate? Something else? :???:
 

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Dennis,

I'm happy with the Street Trackers with the dual springs. Only bad thing I can say about Works shocks is they are made in California. :-D :-D

Larry
 
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