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Post  alexanderswifty on Tue 30 Jun - 8:20

Hi,
Can anyone help--- can the rear shocks on the t 80 be dismantled  for restoration.
                                               thanks rgds John

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Post  JohnW on Tue 30 Jun - 22:04

alexanderswifty wrote:Hi,
Can anyone help--- can the rear shocks on the t 80 be dismantled  for restoration.
                                               thanks rgds John
Short answer is no they cant be dismantled & have little or no damping even when new.
Best thing is to fit an after market set from Motor Cycle Products http://www.motorcycleproducts.co.uk/shocks-yamaha-t80-1983-97-p-256818.html


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