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Old 07-02-07, 02:57 PM
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Best place to buy Fox shock spring?

I've searched but unable to find a vendor that sells replacement springs for fox shocks. Specifically I'd like a 400 or 350 lb. for a '06 vanilla R that is 2.39".
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Old 07-02-07, 04:01 PM
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There used to be a company called mountainspeed that sold sweet Eibach springs for Fox shocks. They might still be around- I haven't checked in awhile. The last time I got components from them, their website was out of date, but I called them directly and they still had some stuff. It might be worth a try because the springs were sweet. Hope this helps..
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Old 07-02-07, 04:38 PM
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Cambria Bicycle Outfitters has a good selection of replacement suspension fork parts, click on "fork parts" and scroll down to the Fox stuff, they might have what you're looking for:

https://www.cambriabike.com/shopdispl...d=10&cat=Forks
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Sorry, meant rear shock, not forks. Mountainspeed not turning up any usefully hits and mountainspeed.com goes to mrp. Columbia does seem to have some springs but only a 350 and not the 400 I was hoping for.

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Have you tried contacting Fox? Go to their web site and look for the contacts page. I know they sell some stuff direct, like bushings. If they won't sell direct, they can certainly tell you where to buy their stuff.
www.foxracingshox.com
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