I've seen some NEW front shocks and they are now using a roll-pin
of a bolt and nut to secure the one arm to the shaft. An often recommended
method of removing a front shock is to remove this pinch bolt and the
longer bolt holding the 2 arms together. This would not be possible with
the roll-pin NEW shock. There seem to be no other technical changes (read:
improvements) to the NEW shocks.
At 03:17 AM 8/19/1999 , you wrote:
>> MY QUESTION: If TPMG is asking for new, what Moss asks for rebuilt,
>> is TPMG worth trusting to honestly get NEW and not have them send rebuilt?
>I'm curious, what's with the aversion to rebuilt shocks?
>Haven't had any problems with my rebuilt fronts.
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