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Kawasaki H1/H2 Sudco EMGO OEM Shocks

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OEM Kawasaki Shocks

Sudco International has just added to its line of OEM style reproduction replacement parts for classic Japanese motorcycles these EMGO brand Shock Absorber Assemblies for 1970s era Kawasaki H1 and H2 sportbikes.

These reproductions of the original shocks fit Kawasaki H2-750 1971-75, and H1-500 1969-76 models, are all chrome with a gray plastic sleeve inside the spring to protect the damper rod.

Extended length is 325mm from eye to eye. Top bush is 14mm, bottom bush 10mm. Sold in pairs at just $80.00 per set.

For additional information and to order, contact your local motorcycle parts dealer or Sudco direct. Dealers call Sudco for a copy of the Sudco Main Products Catalog featuring a compete line of stock replacement and high performance parts, including Keihin and Mikuni Carburetors, for dirt bikes, street bikes, ATVs and personal watercraft.

Sudco international, 3014 Tanager Avenue, Commerce, CA 90040. Ph 1-323-728-5407; Sudco.com.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
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