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Re: Ohlins Question

I expect I could have got a different spring rate if I knew enough to 
ask at the time.  The problem was the expense of getting it changed, 
what with freight overseas and the difficulty in communicating.  As 
always, it pays to be an educated consumer.

Bob Hadden '98RS

On Tuesday, December 16, 2003, at 03:57  PM, Greg wrote:

> steve, right on.  the performance shock builder here in pdx talked 
> about
> spring rates during one of the workshops i attended.  175# rider is 
> the norm
> for the stock springs.  ordering is no big deal.  tell them how much 
> you
> weight or how much you are carrying if two up.  they may charge you a
> nominal amount, but they will supply the correct spring with your new 
> shock.
> this, after all, is not rocket science, so speak up when you place your
> order.  BTW, i know folks who ordered from win krom and had them 
> deliver the
> correct spring rate, no biggie.
> gt
> or