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    Senior Member BCBike's Avatar
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    Looking into a new rear shock [ Help needed ]

    I would like to replace the rear shock I have with something different. I have no idea if this is possible and really cant find any information [ havent talked to the local shops of anything ] and so I am looking for some answers from bikeforums. The shock that comes stock is a fusion or something, will anything else fit?
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    Full suspension is better

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    What is the stroke and eye to eye? I'm sure something will fit. I changed the x-fusion on my last bike to a 5th air but I had to make the bushing kit.
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    would a fox vanilla fit that?

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    Fox would be nice!!
    Full suspension is better

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    (random name of a rear shock) !!!

    As noted above, you need to determine the stroke and eye-to-eye length. The you'll be able to look at shocks that are suitable replacements.

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