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Old 9th October 2010, 14:00   #46
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Hey Desmo, the invoice says that the part No are 138662S and MOMESF however this does not make sense, there is also a number under the description that mentions the following M/GYPSY(238635)SH and M/GYPSY(238633)SH for the rear and front shocks respectively, both cost about Rs.550 per shock with a slight variation for the front and rear. Sorry but i do not have the packing or would have been more detailed, if this does not help let me know and i can get the part no off the shocks themselves.
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Old 10th October 2010, 17:20   #47
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Thank you so much Manmohan Sir. Really appreciate your kind help. I will try to give these part numbers and see if they will be able to get it.

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