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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-20-2017, 04:43 AM Thread Starter
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Best trail riding shocks

Looking to replace my worn out shocks on 2008 700FI special edition. Want something that is good for trail riding and may give a little lift without breaking the bank. Want something that will last. Would like to see feedback of what you have on your toy.
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If you could post a pic of your shocks, they should have a resivor on them. I have Progressive 425 HD, work good. As far as lift, do a 2" lift kit off ebay.

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Can't get picture right now. It's at my friends house about an hour away. I am pretty sure it does not have the resivor on them. If it does what does that mean?
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Can't get picture right now. It's at my friends house about an hour away. I am pretty sure it does not have the resivor on them. If it does what does that mean?
If they have a resivor then you just need to find the sweet spot adjustment for your type riding. If they are resivor shocks and you still don't like them I'm looking for a set, just pm me.

FLOYD, SANDI & Sadie is the co-pilot. 05 660, 3000# GORILLA WINCH, LED headlight Mod, 12' led light bar RZR seats, 2" CFM lift kit, Resi shocks, TUSK TRILOBITE HD tires stock 12" rims, CUSTOM PAINT(the rescue chopper can find us know)

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