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    Anyone have a 8.75x2.75 coil FS or 6.5x1.5 air

    I was wondering if anyone local has a 8.75x2.75 rear shock they might want to get rid of ? Daniel is in need of one for his moorewood..The 8.5x2.5 swinger that came with the frame when he bought it wasn't the right size for it .

    If anyone wants to trade I am sure he would go for it also.


    While were at it I could use a 6.5 x1.5 air shock for my daughters bike . The one on there works but its old school.
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    I have a 8.75 x 2.5 DHX air I am planning to get rid of...

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    Not sure how the air would work with a DH bike but I will give him the option.

    Pm me price if you will.
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    Dhx 4.0 For Sale..

    I've got a DHX 4.0 that I'm planning to take to Tucson on Sunday to Sell but he's more than welcome to buy it off me before then. It was ridden all of 3 times and it looks brand new. PM me for more info

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    Thanks everyone Daniel now has a proper rear shock with the proper spring . Big thanks BigWaveDave.

    Everyone else thanks for the offers and deals.

    Now to find him a boxxer direct mount stem ,boxxer brake adapter for 8" and he will be ripping his stead down the local trails .
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    Shoot, clock, I think I got that 8" brake adapter on that older boxxer if you need it. You gonna be at the pit sunday afternoon? I could bring it? Planning on ripping hawes for a bit and them some pit. I'm looking for a 3-4" fork for my pump track bike if anyone has one. Or a good 6" Pike, Fox 32 or 36 for the trail bike and do some swippy swappy for the other fork.

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    Yeah I plan to be out at the pit Sunday so bring the adapter please.

    Does the fork your looking for need to be 20mm or qr?
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    AH Latedrop I sold my Pike not too long ago, but I still have a 100 mm RST Space fork sittin on my stealhead. 20mm thru axle. Works great
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    Either way. I have an adapter for both. 20 prefered, but just need one that works... See you sunday.

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