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Looking for stock fork & shock springs 2006-09 yz450f

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Hey guys not in this section of the forum very often. But i thought I would throw it out there.

 

 

I am looking for stock springs for a 2006-09 yz450f, I looked up part numbers and they will fit my 06 yz250 I am 200lbs and the spring rates I need are .47ish and 5.7ish. The 06-09 have this rate or one step either side of it. I'm also hunting ebay but thought i would ask here. Im not sure why I cant get any part number matches for 2010+ something changed. Does anyone have any ideas what? and if 2010+ springs would fit and they are just 2 mm longer or something silly like that (lots of those on ebay for cheap in the rates im looking for)

 

 

cheers

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I found a few springs and even more complete shocks. all cheap, but the problem is shipping. Most guys wont bother shipping to Canada and The rear shock is a steal as a complete unit, but the shipping costs (if they ship to canada) are huge due to its size and weight.

 

still, the hunt continues!

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Neither the front nor rear springs are interchangeable between the 10+ models and any of the '09 and prior models.  The fronts are to long to be used, and the rears are larger diameter.

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