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Old 03-20-2017, 04:43 AM
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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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Old 03-22-2017, 06:45 AM
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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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Look around for a used set of Bilsteins
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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.
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