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  • Hi Scooter! I am doing a professional restoration on my late fathers 1969 honda ct70 silver tag serial # 100969. I am wondering if you still do rear shock rebuiids? Really want to end this build the right way........hoping you can help with the shocks.......Thanks!
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    Robert I started a conversation with you you should see it in an inbox
    If you still refurb shocks, I’m interested in having two from an HK1 done.
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    Barnfinder - yes I still have extra seals and parts to do a rebuild and certainly will try to help you out. Just saw your message. If you want to give me a call feel free. 215 327-8657. Jeff
    Scooter,
    I am interested in "Picking your brain" regarding rear shocks.
    I have 2 CT-70's, and I live in North San Diego County, CA.!
    (Vista, CA 92084)
    My question, if I find a pair of "Old" used, Ohlins with the "Piggy-Back" reserviors, 14..
    14 and 1/2 inches "Eye to Eye",
    And then have YOU or a bike shop here in North San Diego County, CA rebuild them...

    Thanks for your time...
    Cheers, Donald_50
    Vista, CA 92084
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    Scooter,
    Thanks for your reply...
    Ohlins are the Most popular suspension (Front & Rear), for any and all bikes today!
    Ohlins are made in Sweden, and cost starts around $1200.00 and go up from there.
    I mentioned "Old, Used" because I really don't want to spend 2...5 Thousand on these!
    There are many videos on "YouTube" regarding Ohlins Rear Shocks.
    Do you still restore shocks? I have a set I would like done. Thanks tjcin
    I wanted to thank you for the tip on removing wheel bearings. I tried it on an old hub that I have and it worked really well. Now I feel confident on replacing the ones on the hubs that I just painted. Thanks again. I appreciate it.

    Kennym
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