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replacement shocks for old yammies off amazon


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anyone have experience with this?

ive got a few 250 timberwolves, 2 moto4 250’s, one moto4 350. 

planning on picking up a late 80’s or early 90’s big bear. ive found they are cheap, and bombproof. 

 

but im looking for rear shocks for my 86 yfm250 moto4 and want to keep my input cost as low as possible. there is zero damping effect left from the originals and when i searched “yfm250 yamaha rear shock” i found a few generic “universal” shocks and wanted to ask here if others have had success. 

 

cheers. vt

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