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Old 10-29-2008, 02:06 PM   #1
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Default Ofna 16mm big bore springs in pairs Front or rear

if you are looking for Ofna springs we have them in pairs also not just full sets, these are the parts numbers

41021 rear 16mm yellow super soft
41022 rear 16mm white soft
41023 rear 16mm blue (truggy med.)
41024 rear 16mm silver med.
41025 rear 16mm gray(truggy firm)
41026 front 16mm yellow super soft
41027 front 16mm white soft
41028 front 16mm blue (truggy med.)
41029 front 16mm silver med.
41030 front 16mm gray (truggy firm)


we have these part numbers in stock so call or visit your LHS to place your order.

I know alot of customers are using our shocks and have to wait for spring sets and are on back order, this gives you the option of buying want you want for front or rear only.

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Old 10-29-2008, 03:30 PM   #2
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DJ, I recently ordered some 16mm Ofna/Jammin truggy springs from another supplier, but they had different part numbers. The blue were 41018 and supposedly hard, silver were 41016 and supposedly medium, and the gray were 41017 and supposedly soft. Could you please explain why the difference in the part numbers, and did I get the wrong springs? I'm going to be using them on some TQ Racing big bore shocks. Thanks!
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Good info to have DJ...Thanks for the spring chart!
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