$1,500 - Shock Factory (France) 2WIN Shock Absorbers - Tested and Proven!

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Re: $1,375 - Shock Factory (France) 2WIN Shock Absorbers - Tested and Proven!

Post by Msblu79 » Tue Apr 12, 2022 1:29 pm

Thanks for the info, they will probably fit just fine. I'm currently running the Hagon shocks I bought about 7-8 years ago. They are not bad and were an improvement over stock but are not in the same league as the 2WINs, HCS or the Nitrons. The Hagons were $110 each and have a 3 step spring adjustment only. Around here in the spring time the paved roads are just as rough as the dirt trails so having good shocks is a must. Just have to put the funds together to make it happen.
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Re: $1,375 - Shock Factory (France) 2WIN Shock Absorbers - Tested and Proven!

Post by Rakthi » Sat Apr 23, 2022 2:30 am

Ural France has a parts catalogue with parts numbers and bolt/nut sizes for older than 2010 models

Link to the pdf file - in English:

https://ural-france.fr/WebRoot/LaPoste/ ... P_2021.pdf

rear shocks are on page 68 - 69
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Re: $1,375 - Shock Factory (France) 2WIN Shock Absorbers - Tested and Proven!

Post by zapyourrideguy » Wed May 11, 2022 8:53 pm

I have a Dnepr 1985 MT-16 leading link front fork
Do you know if these would fit?

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Re: $1,375 - Shock Factory (France) 2WIN Shock Absorbers - Tested and Proven!

Post by mikepa » Thu May 12, 2022 10:15 am

Hi zapyourrideguy -

Thanks for your interest in the 2WIN shocks! Unfortunately, I have zero experience with the Dnepr. However, if you could reply with the following info, perhaps we can sort it out:

1. Is your OEM shock eye-to-eye, or eye-to-clevis?

2. What is the overall free (unloaded/fully extended) of the shock from the center of the upper mounting hole to the lower mounting hole?

3. What is the metric diameter of the upper mounting bolt (probably M8 or M10)?

4. What is the metric diameter of the lower mounting bolt (probably M8 or M10)?

A photo or two would also be super helpful. If it's easier for you, you may send this info to me at my email address which is: lbs-usa@outlook.com

Thanks and Regards!
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Re: $1,500 - Shock Factory (France) 2WIN Shock Absorbers - Tested and Proven!

Post by GHGoodwin » Thu May 26, 2022 2:21 pm

Ordered a second set. YES!!!
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Re: $1,500 - Shock Factory (France) 2WIN Shock Absorbers - Tested and Proven!

Post by mikepa » Thu May 26, 2022 2:41 pm

GHGoodwin, many thanks for the 2nd order, and endorsement!

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Re: $1,500 - Shock Factory (France) 2WIN Shock Absorbers - Tested and Proven!

Post by Bar None » Thu May 26, 2022 3:04 pm

My 2WIN shocks have shipped and they are on the way to my house in SW FL!
Great to do business with Mike.
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Re: $1,500 - Shock Factory (France) 2WIN Shock Absorbers - Tested and Proven!

Post by mikepa » Thu May 26, 2022 3:31 pm

Bar None, and my thanks to you also for trusting Mike (Shock Factory) and Mike (me) with a admittedly costly upgrade, but best value upgrade (aftermarket shocks, regardless of brand) an URAL deserves!
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