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Race Tech Version 1 Shock Spring Compressor

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Designed to work on almost all offroad and most current sport bike applications. Provides easy removal and installation of most shock springs without touching the spring collars, and features a safety shaft-locking device.

  • Allow easy installation and removal of shock springs without touching the spring collar
  • Version 1 is for use on springs with rates of 8 kg/mm or less; features safety shaft locking device


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Typical Well built race Tech gear
This is a very well built tool. Unfortunately of all 12 bikes I own, this tool would only work on my Multistrada and Triumph Tiger.
It would not fit any of my vintage bikes.
The problem is that the part of the tool that fits over the spring is too thick to get between the coils. There is no way around this. Even with the shocks on the slackest setting, it would not fit.
April 11, 2013
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