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nonracer Gold Member Steve Codianni
AZ, USA   USA
One of my front shocks has zero resistance the arm just moves freely . Is it rebuilable? I gave away all my spares now I might need a good core , I'm not rebuilding yet just planning ahead

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tomshobby Tom Smith
Windsor, Wisconsin, USA   USA
The person to ask is Peter C at WorldWide. Also the source for better-than-new rebuilt lever shocks
http://www.nosimport.com/



Tom Smith
1974 Midget
1976 TR6

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57 A Model Sam Seay
Titusville, Fla, USA   USA
X 2 on Peter. Better than new & don't leak.



The older I get, the faster I was.

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S1 Elan Kurt. Appley
Akron, Ia., USA   USA
X3! thumbs up

nonracer Gold Member Steve Codianni
AZ, USA   USA
I am going to send the shocks to Peter along with the spindles and calipers I was just wondering if i needed to find another one ....... which I did in my pile of stuff

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PeterC Platinum Member Peter Caldwell
Madison Wisconsin, USA   USA
We are always buying extras

Peter


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nonracer Gold Member Steve Codianni
AZ, USA   USA
In reply to # 3553478 by PeterC We are always buying extras

Peter

When I'm ready Ill ship all my parts to you , all I want back is a pair of each the rest are yours to keep . It'll be a while but Ill call you when Im ready

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