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If there are no dealers near you then mail order would be your only option.
Manufacturers are unlikely to commission special components if standard types are already available and so mostly as many vehicle and trailer parts as possible are bought in. Shock absorbers commonly feature in that list and so it is usually possible to source replacements from one of the many specialist suppliers servicing those who supply to the vehicle repair, modification and manufacturing trades.
Even when there is no application listed in the catalogue of such a specialist a replacement is usually possible using the detailed drawings and dimensions in many catalogues.
It is a similar situation with springs though the coverage is not as comprehensive. There are a number of specialists in addition who will repair or recondition existing springs or manufacture new springs to order.
A chat with a few of your local car or motorcycle repair shops should bring forth a few names to research and the Yellow Pages and google should manage the rest.
Posted on Jul 25, 2016
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