Wilbers 640 = comfort or standard valving? - Page 2 - Triumph Bobber Forum
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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 10-02-2019, 05:18 AM
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no need to take the more expensive Wilbers 640, I have the 540 and it serves the purpose. According to Wilbers the main difference between the 640 and 540 is the possibility to adjust it more easily. As the 540 came pre-adjusted for my weight I won't fiddle around with the settings anyway so that is perfect for me

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no need to take the more expensive Wilbers 640, I have the 540 and it serves the purpose. According to Wilbers the main difference between the 640 and 540 is the possibility to adjust it more easily. As the 540 came pre-adjusted for my weight I won't fiddle around with the settings anyway so that is perfect for me
I was going to go that route too, but you cant customize the color on the 540.
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I was going to go that route too, but you cant customize the color on the 540.

hmm did not even think about chucking 250 Euros + out just for the color of a rear shock hidden so good you do not see it most of the times.... but each to his own

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Splurge a little you miser!
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Splurge a little you miser!
Splurge? I don't think I've stopped 'splurging' since I paid cash for my Bobber. I'm now scared to add up what I've spent on her but have a rough idea . Not being wealthy it's good to pretend I am Even if it's just on my bike - she's worth it..

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I have benefited from your splurging! keep it up!
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Thanks @Sub ,

I hate to say it but I've just splurged on a couple of big projects, so watch this space over the coming month...

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That sounds very interesting, Roy.
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