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It's been a loooooong wait..👍 But word is they are in production and will be back in stock in a couple of weeks. I have new Eibach fork springs .47 sitting at the local precision concepts and am eagerly awaiting the arrival of the rear so I can get them installed at the same time.🤣

I am a decent rider but no pro for sure,,, I am on the fence as to whether I should just have the springs installed or if I should go for a full on re-valve 🙂

I ride my L 95/5 dirt/street and have just moved to SoCal from Seattle. I like to forest ride and am interested in hitting the desert too:thumbsup:

to revalve or not to revalve,,,,,, that is the question

220# rider without gear....

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Do the shock. It's needing some help more than the forks. Can do the forks any time if they aren't good enough after.

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While on the suspension topic, is the shock on my 1995 L / Blue spring the same as the later bikes shocks/ yellow spring?

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While on the suspension topic, is the shock on my 1995 L / Blue spring the same as the later bikes shocks/ yellow spring?

Does anybody know???

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I am in Everett. I can do the shock for you, and I have 12.0 springs.

Thanks Cap' I appreciate it but I am now living in SoCal,,, had the front and rear switched out and serviced,,, still get some tire rub underneath the rear fender on some jumps!!!! I am going to have the rear shock revalved and hope that does it 👍

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While on the suspension topic, is the shock on my 1995 L / Blue spring the same as the later bikes shocks/ yellow spring?

Race tech lists the later (2000 or so) up as slightly stiffer than the early L springs. Color is irrelevant. It's not enough of a difference to get excited about.

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