Re: Motobecane 50V Rear Shocks

Adam Margovic /
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Depending on which ones you buy, you may need some spacers (to hold a wider shock away from the frame) and longer bolts. If you buy them from Treats, they sell some eyelet spacers via links in the page for the shocks.

Just wanted to give you a heads up so that you don't get them home, run out to the garage excited, and realize they won't simply bolt on. A simple trip to the hardware store can also remedy this!

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