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Spring shock absorber.

Balaji Swaminathan


I am looking for a shock absorber for taking a load of 60-70 kg, at 25 kmph speed. I tried to use the one attached, but that spring is rated for 200kg load.


My question is, can I have the spring replaced "IN" the chamber pointed in image shockDismantled, instead of outer spring? That way my shock could be sleek.

I want this to be fitted in a small bike, that goes on road.

The chamber is made of aluminium alloy, while the piston part is of steel.



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