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Mark&rocket

Shock compatibility Bombardier DS650, 2000

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I have a Bombardier, Year 2000, DS 650.  The Pn. Stamped into the FRONT SHOCK is: 706 200 081.  They have been discontinued by Bombardier and i cant seem to find cost effective replacements.  I am not looking for a racing type replacement, just somthing that will work properly.  can anyone help me out and validate that a shock from a model year 2002 or 2003 work on my machine.

thanks in advance

Mark

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I don't know much about your quads brand but did you ever think of rebuilding the shock. It's fairly cheap and if they don't make them. Then you can buy another blown shock to rebuild the broken piece in yours.

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