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    aftermarket reducers for Enduro?

    Someone here posted a link to a company that sold stainless steel bushings to replace the stock ones that fit between the lower shock eye and swing arm on an Enduro. I think the company was in the UK. Can someone repost that link?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dir-T
    Someone here posted a link to a company that sold stainless steel bushings to replace the stock ones that fit between the lower shock eye and swing arm on an Enduro. I think the company was in the UK. Can someone repost that link?

    The search function is no friend of mine.

    Hey,

    You should be able to get these from Fox or Specialized Customer Service.

    Jake Wake

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