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'99 rear shock

Just replaced my rear shock after 111,000 mi and saw it was a Shoewa(?) and wonder if all OEM '99 were the same. Hope the used Wilber holds up that well.
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Just replaced my rear shock after 111,000 mi and saw it was a Shoewa(?) and wonder if all OEM '99 were the same. Hope the used Wilber holds up that well.
Yes they were all Showa brand. Even if the Wilbers doesn't last that long (shocks aren't meant to be used that many miles) They are easily rebuildable.

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