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Old 08-31-2005, 05:39 PM   #1
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Default What shock oil for 777 sp1?

Maybe you guy's can help.
I have the sp2, but I assume that it's the same for the sp1.
What are you guy's running?
Thanks in advance.
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60 front and 35 rear is a good starting point for an SP1. I have been running the same in the SP2 but I am hearing 70/40 is better in the SP2 due to the new springs.
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