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Pulsar 150CC.. Rear shockers. Bajaj showroom Mechanic suggests to replace them but other mechanic suggests that they can be repaired. it ran around 54K. I am confused now. Please suggest.

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You can repair them, but I doubt it will cost much less than replacing them on your bike. If it were a BMW with big, expensive shocks then maybe it is a good option, but for such a small bike you'll probably pay less for a new shock absorber than for the labour to fix it.

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Thank you for your suggestion. I am not aware of the pricing at all neither repair nor replacement. I will look into that but I am not sure which kind of shock absorbers I need to go with.. What options do I have for my Pulsar 150CC 2010 model. – Pradeep Kumar Mar 14 '14 at 2:08
I don't really know. I'm in South Africa and the Bajaj brand isn't big here, so I can't find any options or prices for you. – Juann Strauss Mar 14 '14 at 10:01

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