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hey brian/anybody
« on: July 07, 2006, 04:33:00 PM »
I have a guy looking for some used shocks for a long travel pilot - can you help ?

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hey brian/anybody
« Reply #1 on: July 07, 2006, 05:17:27 PM »
I might have a set of Custom Axis LT shocks and might have a few sets of springs to go with them.

I might also have all the crap needed to tune them too...

These are the pre-Penske shocks - back when Mike Hallock still was Custom Axis - so these are the GOOD Axis shocks, not the new generation units that Penske pumps out. (Mike left Penske a while back too - so the new shocks are even lower on the totem pole)

This set of shocks, springs and all the crap that goes with it won't be inexpensive, though...

I have no reason to sell them, so if he's willing to talk, I'm willing to listen, but I'm not about to give them away at any sort of discount price.
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hey brian/anybody
« Reply #2 on: July 08, 2006, 05:58:39 AM »
Sorry Nick, I don't have anything  :(

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hey brian/anybody
« Reply #3 on: July 08, 2006, 11:17:09 AM »
The least expensive route would be fox airs
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Axis Shocks
« Reply #4 on: July 11, 2006, 05:04:52 AM »
Quote from: "Moskito"
I might have a set of Custom Axis LT shocks and might have a few sets of springs to go with them.

I might also have all the crap needed to tune them too...

These are the pre-Penske shocks - back when Mike Hallock still was Custom Axis - so these are the GOOD Axis shocks, not the new generation units that Penske pumps out. (Mike left Penske a while back too - so the new shocks are even lower on the totem pole)

This set of shocks, springs and all the crap that goes with it won't be inexpensive, though...

I have no reason to sell them, so if he's willing to talk, I'm willing to listen, but I'm not about to give them away at any sort of discount price.


I hope they take better care of my shocks then they do their web site. I sent a pair in to have a shaft replaced and revalved softer to the address on their site. I got a call from the current business owner that Axis had moved to the opposite side of the country(Calif. to Penn.)
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Re: Axis Shocks
« Reply #5 on: December 05, 2009, 09:35:40 AM »
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I might have a set of Custom Axis LT shocks and might have a few sets of springs to go with them.

I might also have all the crap needed to tune them too...

These are the pre-Penske shocks - back when Mike Hallock still was Custom Axis - so these are the GOOD Axis shocks, not the new generation units that Penske pumps out. (Mike left Penske a while back too - so the new shocks are even lower on the totem pole)

This set of shocks, springs and all the crap that goes with it won't be inexpensive, though...

I have no reason to sell them, so if he's willing to talk, I'm willing to listen, but I'm not about to give them away at any sort of discount price.


I hope they take better care of my shocks then they do their web site. I sent a pair in to have a shaft replaced and revalved softer to the address on their site. I got a call from the current business owner that Axis had moved to the opposite side of the country(Calif. to Penn.)


HELLO,  NICE RIDE!!   A QUICK QUESTION. WHERE CAN I BUY A SEAT LIKE YOURS????  I WANT TO PUT ONE IN MY PILOT. I AM A PARAPLEGIC AND NEED A GOOD CUSHION SEAT.  THANKS FOR YOUR HELP DAN 505 604-3752

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hey brian/anybody
« Reply #6 on: December 05, 2009, 11:23:00 AM »
WHY ARE YOU YELLING??   :shock:

The seat you seek is a Beard seat.

I happen to have two of them for sale - black, but have no head rest.

Here's a link to an add I have on them.
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Re: Axis Shocks
« Reply #7 on: December 17, 2009, 01:51:17 AM »
Quote from: "9secondhemicuda"
Quote from: "Toyman"
Quote from: "Moskito"
I might have a set of Custom Axis LT shocks and might have a few sets of springs to go with them.

I might also have all the crap needed to tune them too...

These are the pre-Penske shocks - back when Mike Hallock still was Custom Axis - so these are the GOOD Axis shocks, not the new generation units that Penske pumps out. (Mike left Penske a while back too - so the new shocks are even lower on the totem pole)

This set of shocks, springs and all the crap that goes with it won't be inexpensive, though...

I have no reason to sell them, so if he's willing to talk, I'm willing to listen, but I'm not about to give them away at any sort of discount price.


I hope they take better care of my shocks then they do their web site. I sent a pair in to have a shaft replaced and revalved softer to the address on their site. I got a call from the current business owner that Axis had moved to the opposite side of the country(Calif. to Penn.)


HELLO,  NICE RIDE!!   A QUICK QUESTION. WHERE CAN I BUY A SEAT LIKE YOURS????  I WANT TO PUT ONE IN MY PILOT. I AM A PARAPLEGIC AND NEED A GOOD CUSHION SEAT.  THANKS FOR YOUR HELP DAN 505 604-3752
 Make sure you put in a 5 point harness as well. I m a para myself and without the 5 point you cant get the belts tight enough to support you. Have your friends tighten them til u cant breathe LOL they work great then and I use the same seat pictured.
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