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Chococat
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04 Nov 2015 14:57
X-Man:
The hydraulic pre load adjuster is even nicer....


I could have had one of those, but it would've been wasted money. I never take pillions (and the pillion pegs and hangers are in a box in the garage), so would never need to alter it once sag had been set initially. If I ever get round to another full rebuild on my Bandit I'd probably get a Nitron sport with hydraulic adjuster, rather than spending more on the higher spec model with separate rebound and compression adjusters, since I might occasionally take a pillion on that, and the more basic shock would be good enough for the limitations of the 1980s spec chassis (and a massive improvement on the ultra basic oe shock).
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