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Post  sidecargezzer on Fri Mar 18, 2011 2:19 am

I have already looked over the thread on shock size for an 84 EML, which is the same rig I have.
My question is what brand have you folks found to be reliable and serviceable and priced reasonably? Why one maker over another?
Here in the USA Reigers are out of the question and way to expensive.
Looking for a company that works with you and sells shocks that you can rebuild and reliable.
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Post  sidecargezzer on Wed Mar 23, 2011 5:44 pm

no replies ? I did get an e mail reply from Hagon, advising that they will have a sidecar shock available at a later date, thanks !!
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shocking...!

Post  kiwi on Wed Mar 23, 2011 10:27 pm

Sorry no-one got back to you...i thought a more infomed 'chairman/women'than me would have replied to you by now!!Try YSS shocks from KAMAR,Mark is the man to speak to...or Kay for that matter,cheerz.

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Post  Twinshock 10 on Thu Mar 24, 2011 8:54 am

Kimi is right about Kamar. I use a YSS sidecar shock from them which is very good. Mark can supply any other brand of shock as well.
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Post  sidecargezzer on Thu Mar 24, 2011 1:19 pm

thanks for the info, I will check into those. The only people who will build a set for you here in the USA is Works, they will help you anyone else ask's,,,,sidecar ? what's that ?
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Post  kiwi on Thu Mar 24, 2011 7:36 pm

Did PEP give you the same responce stateside? I have a buddy who works for them in the NZ quad off season...south of L.A.Top shocks etcetc...be suprised if they were no help...a.t.b.(PEP is the firm/shock name).

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Post  sidecargezzer on Fri Mar 25, 2011 2:28 pm

kiwi wrote:Did PEP give you the same responce stateside? I have a buddy who works for them in the NZ quad off season...south of L.A.Top shocks etcetc...be suprised if they were no help...a.t.b.(PEP is the firm/shock name).


Just went and looked them up, had no idea, thanks,,,,,,,I know nothing about the quad world.
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Get one!

Post  kiwi on Fri Mar 25, 2011 7:40 pm

You should maybe consider getting one...great for training on or when yer passenger can't make it coz' its the same driving technique...i've got a 88 Honda trx250r 2T,cheap as chips to buy n' maintain..''puts a smile on yer dial'' Laughing.As you can imagine theres allsorts to choose from...A.T.B

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