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Offline Glenngt750

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Good Supplier: Cannon Racecraft: Springs for your Motorcycle
« on: December 08, 2017, 04:12:11 PM »
I happened to need new Fork and Shock Springs for my Yamaha DT200R. Tried Race Tech, Progressive, Eibach, Nitron, Ohlins, etc.etc. without any luck. I happened to see a picture from Cannon Racecraft for their service, which says they'll make any spring you need, just give them the dimensions. I sent my spec.'s in and my springs are being made as we speak. Two weeks to make them. Priced very well, as well, at $139.00 for a set of fork springs and $139.00 for the shock springs. I see they can also do throttle return springs, clutch springs or any other spring needed. Were very nice to deal with as well.
From:Edmonton, AB. Canada. Bike(s): 1990 Yamaha DT200R, 2006 Honda GL1800A, 1977 Suzuki GT750, 1985 Honda VF750FF, 1987 Honda VFR700F2.

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Re: Good Supplier: Cannon Racecraft: Springs for your Motorcycle
« Reply #1 on: December 08, 2017, 07:41:42 PM »
Thanks for that information.
Perhaps you could post-up a photo or two of the springs when you receive them.

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Dave R.

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Re: Good Supplier: Cannon Racecraft: Springs for your Motorcycle
« Reply #2 on: December 09, 2017, 07:09:16 AM »
Is the DT a variable rate spring?
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Re: Good Supplier: Cannon Racecraft: Springs for your Motorcycle
« Reply #4 on: December 17, 2017, 10:15:38 AM »
That's the place! Will post some pictures when they arrive.
   I don't think that the DT200R has variable rate springs from the Factory, nor am I equipping my bike with them now. Heres a picture of the springs from a stock DT. My bike actually has a yellow spring, being a 1990 model, but I bought some parts a while ago from a 1988 or 1989 model, hence the red shock spring.
From:Edmonton, AB. Canada. Bike(s): 1990 Yamaha DT200R, 2006 Honda GL1800A, 1977 Suzuki GT750, 1985 Honda VF750FF, 1987 Honda VFR700F2.