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Old 11-22-2001, 09:21 PM   #1
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Default Shock Dynamometer?

I am in the process of developing and manufacturing a Shock Dynamometer and would like to question interest in such a product. It will be a true working dyno, not a building station. It will be compact and have a very reliable drive system. It will electronically measure both bump and rebound and display a value for each. It will test all types and sizes of shocks, on-road and off-road. Please post any comments, suggestions, or questions or email me at [email protected]. Thanks.
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