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This is a discussion on dnm shock length within the KLX110, DRZ110, TTR90 forums, part of the General Talk category; Didnt find anything in search. 08 klx 110 should I get the 270mm or 275mm for stock swinger and heavy springs and bbr dampning rods...

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    dnm shock length

    Didnt find anything in search. 08 klx 110 should I get the 270mm or 275mm for stock swinger and heavy springs and bbr dampning rods

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    I guess Im just a little confused because tbolt lists the 270 as the 110 and the 275 as 110L but the dampning rods add 1.5in and the 270 shock only adds .75 in so I figured the 275 would be the sweet spot.

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    We are running stiff springs in the front with the dnm rear shock item #1818 and it sits and rides perfect!
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    The stock KLX110L runs a longer shock ...
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