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Old 03-19-2006, 06:24 PM   #1
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Anyone here know if the rear shock for the 95-96 cbr 600 f3 is the same as for 97-98?
I found someone selling a new fox twin clicker for 95-96 f3, not sure if the shock will work for my 97.
Also is this a decent upgrade shock? I need a new shock for the rear but don't feel like spending a fortune.
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Old 03-19-2006, 10:39 PM   #2
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Fox makes a good shock, I'm pretty sure it will worf fine on your bike.

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Pretty sure that the 95-96 are interchangable with the 97-98. I've heard of people putting an F4 shock on a F2. Raises up the back quite a bit though.
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Thanks yall,
the shock that I had found turned out to have too stiff a spring for me so I did not get it. However I found that fox does have different part numbers for 95-96 cbr f3 and 97-98 cbr f3 rear shocks so if anyone finds out that anything is different in these two sets of years in the rear suspension let me know.
Patrick, I'll be coming out there pretty soon.
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