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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 11-13-2008, 09:21 PM Thread Starter
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elka elite three way adjustable shocks

are these good shocks ? what are they worth used ? what arms would they work best with ? thanks again jack
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Overpriced and not any better than shocks that are built local....


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Elka's are THE SHIT.....I had the chance to dive with some this weekend........but Jack....we need more info...Long travel? Standard? Every kit may require a diff length



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Elka's are THE SHIT.....I had the chance to dive with some this weekend........but Jack....we need more info...Long travel? Standard? Every kit may require a diff length
Im not sayin there bad shocks.... i would just rather spend my money at a company that is within driving distance if ive got a problem, not have to ship em to another country! That and ive seen a dialed in set of WER's do anything a set of Elkas can....


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Not that they are "better" than others, they are definitely expensive and for probably most everyone out there there are others that will suffice plenty, but Elka Elites probably are some of the best that money can buy. I say if you are willing to spend the dough and/or find a deal, go for it.

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Elka's are THE SHIT.....I had the chance to dive with some this weekend........but Jack....we need more info...Long travel? Standard? Every kit may require a diff length
they are for long travel . thanks jack
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they are nice shocks!!
got any idea what they are worth used ? thanks jack
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