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Thread: 1993 DR650 rear shock required

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    woodley, england

    1993 DR650 rear shock required

    As per title. I recently bought the 650 and on the first run out on the bike the handling was not as expected, it bounced and wallowed.
    When I got home and pressed the back end and let go, the back wheel bounced off the ground. Hence looking for a rear shock, or is the existing shock repairable?.
    Any advice or info on where I can get a replacement would be most helpful.
    Also is there a shock from another model or make of bike that will fit.
    Wishing you everything you'd wish yourself, and more. Ride safe

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    Torbay, England

    1993 DR650 rear shock required

    MCT for repairs or a Hagon for a new shock.
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