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Great aftermarket upgrade, just moved to long travel. Some of the shocks could use some new bushings, progressive said that would cost $10 a shock and you'd need to send them in to have it done. $250 firm for the 4 shocks, local pickup only. I'll take a photo of them as soon as I can get back to the shop.
 

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Still got them? How do these compare to the stock SE reservoir shocks?
 

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I still have them but I never had the resi-shocks to compare. Quite a few people have reviewed them against the resi's and said they are much better. They are only stock replacements so you have the same amount of travel but I had a blast with them for 2 years until I made the move to LT.
 

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Got any pics??
 

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Not to highjack your thread but I have some Progressives HD shocks that need bushing replacements too. Progressive has a bushing kit for all 4 shocks for $70. It's not on their website, you have to phone the techline. I told them to put it up on their website as I'm sure I'm not the only one with this problem.
 
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