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Shock dimensions for Cota 247C 1978

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Hi guys, want some new shocks for my 247C

Can anyone provide what length and mounting dimensions I require? 

Many thanks for your help. 

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10 hours ago, iconic558 said:

Hi guys, want some new shocks for my 247C

Can anyone provide what length and mounting dimensions I require? 

Many thanks for your help. 

This is quite possibly irrelevant, but the original Telesco's on my '74 black framed 247 were 325mm eye to eye.

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If you are still using the circlip fixing top and bottom, you also need to pay attention to the i.d. of the eye bushes..... 

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7 hours ago, lorenzo said:

If you are still using the circlip fixing top and bottom, you also need to pay attention to the i.d. of the eye bushes..... 

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Wow, I've never seen a C clip to retain a rear shock. Cool idea.

I took the shocks off to grease up the mounts & fter looking at my shocks closely they are actually quite new, they have 504B on the bottom of them? Compared to the gas Betors on my SWM, they are a little oversprung for my weight.

These shocks are all black and oil only, no gas, possibly NJB Clubmans?

I'll give the boys a call tomorrow.

Thanks for your help guys

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PS I do wonder why trials shocks have gas over oil...it's not what I would call a heavy duty cycle?

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