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Emergency replacement rear shock

Discussion in 'Roadster: Technical' started by X.l.r.8, Sep 2, 2018.

  1. X.l.r.8

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    Yes it will fit, but the stiffness is less.
     
  3. X.l.r.8

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    That’s better than none for the mean time. Is there a difference between these shocks. The second picture is the 2005 S2 and visually is more like the Tesla rear but I have no measurment to work off of.
     
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    Even better is a local roadster owner allowing me posetion of his old shocks after he went adjustable. Can’t wait to get everything fixed back to where it was.
     

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