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Want to know any other fork spring can be used for bajaj calliber 115 incase i donot find the original one

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Dear,

If you dont find the desired spring in the orignal form then get the spring into the market and get the local brand of it, as the company has stopped manufacturing the brand now .
remember to get the same diameter and curves of the spring for correct fitting

thanx

Posted on May 21, 2011

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