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    Shock Absorber for Triumph Bobber

    €435,- Delivery expected soon, order now to reserve yours!
    High-quality adjustable shock absorber for Triumph Bobber (2017+). Excellent quality for a reasonable price!
    See details and applications below.
    Article number
    SHF002

    Product description

    Application
    - Bobber all versions 2017+
    - Bobber Black 2018-2021
    - Bobber TFC

    Description
    Designed and made in southern France, these Shock Factory dampers are fantastic quality for the price!

    All the alloy parts are CNC-milled from solid aluminium, then anodized for a perfect and durable finish. The spring is finished in BLACK oven-baked epoxy paint.

    Gas (nitrogen)/oil volume compensator shock absorbers.
    Shaft diameter 16mm, piston diameter 32mm.

    Same length as factory standard.

    Adjustment for hardness (both compression and rebound) via a manual 14-position knob, the changing the setting takes seconds!

    Adjustment for preload with key supplied.

    Delivered pre-adjusted for an "average" use: mostly solo use, with average-weight rider. See below the heavy-duty option is you think it will better suit your needs.

    Heavy-Duty Option:
    You can order a heavy-duty version which will come with a harder spring and pre-adjusted on harder damper settings - choose this if you ride often with a load of more than
    - 120kgs/265lbs (Bobber)
    - 135kgs/300lbs (Speedmaster)
    If it is only occasional we do not recommend it as the bike will be very firm the rest of the time. The standard (not heavy-duty) Shock Factory units are a touch harder than the stock Triumph shocks anyway.

    Fitment
    Easy fitment, direct replacement of the original damper with no modification required.

    12 month warranty.

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    5 from 5Based on 1 reviews
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    5 from 5
    Alors pour ce qui est de la tenue de route et du comportement, y'a pas photo!
    C'est un ENORME changement. Plus de flottement, on sent la bécane vraiment beaucoup plus stable dans les courbes, et à plus vive allure, ça bouge pas non plus.
    Posted by: Jerome on 6 March 2023