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Rode my 1982 Yamaha SS 440 two weeks ago when it was about 20-30, and the suspension was fine. Today rode it and my rear suspension sags. There is zero resistance. It is zero degrees out. The instruction maunal states that the shock is nitrogen filled. Did the temperature mess up the shock? I looked on Dennis Kirk and they don't have one available. Does anyone know where I can get a replacement fast?
 

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i have a 77 ex440 and i got a replacement shock from dennis kirk last year, that sounds like your springs though, honestly your shock is dead anyway that old, so i would get a new one anyway...they are 50 bucks, the spring you need is about 8 bucks a piece. try www.recleisure.com or www.mfgsupply.com
 

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no only through Yamaha not cheep!!
there is an a adjustment on the shock it self
i applies more pressure on the spring
you got to twist it
 
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