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Post  SteveCat Fri Oct 08 2010, 16:25

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Does anyone have an original thundercat rear shock they no longer need?

Think mine is way overdue for a refurb / replacement. Rather than have the bike laid up at the grease and spanner for a week whilst the refurbishing is done, thought of getting a 'spare' and having that re-engineered and fitted.
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Post  Guest Mon Nov 08 2010, 20:16

Just thought Steve , will my old shock be of any use to you ? It's from an 03 Cat.

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Post  SteveCat Mon Nov 08 2010, 20:26

Thanks John will look on eBay (unless of course if you plan on bidding), will let you know when they get back to me about the year bike they can work on.
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Post  Guest Mon Nov 08 2010, 22:03

It's all yours Steve , But if you decide not to bid on it let me know.
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Post  SteveCat Tue Nov 09 2010, 13:44

John, you go ahead. I can't get my money back nor am I getting what I expected, I hope it will all OK in the end though.
Had to endure a few more pages of the Mechanics/ Salesman's excuse handbook (that is probably unkind, but I did voice my disappointment). Essentially the rear gets a new spring, nothing internal will be done. There is no issue with the work to be done on the front

I'll be going up on Saturday as a reluctant customer, I do hope I will have a different opinion on the return trip.


There is a strong possibility that yours can be opened up. However I do not know who to believe there as there have been contradictions on this depending on who I spoke to.
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Post  Rosco Tue Nov 09 2010, 15:16

Oh crap.

Sorry to hear that Steve. Hope it works out ok and you get good results.

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Post  Guest Tue Nov 09 2010, 17:34

That's really shite Steve, it's amazing how difficult it is to get things done some times. I'll keep an eye out on ebay for you.
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