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Fox Zero X Front Shocks Ski Doo Polaris Yamaha Mxz Iq Dragon Summit Renegade Rmk on 2040-parts.com

US $499.00
Location:

Stacy, Minnesota, United States

Stacy, Minnesota, United States
Condition:New Brand:FOX Part Brand:FOX Manufacturer Part Number:NONE

THIS LISTING IS FOR A SET OF NEW FOX ZERO PRO X FRONT SHOCKS FOR 2008 AND NEWER MODELS OF SKI DOO XP CHASSIS, POLARIS AND YAMAHA SNOWMOBILES THAT USE 16 1/4" TO 18 1/2" FRONT SHOCKS. PIGGYBACK RESI NEEDLE COMPRESSION CLICKER ADJUSTABLE SHOCKS WITH YOUR CHOICE OF NEW 100LB BLACK SPRINGS OR NEW 115LB BLACK SPRINGS. WILL COME WITH THE CORRECT MOUNTING HARDWARE TO FIT YOUR MODEL. PLEASE CONTACT ME BEFORE BIDDING ON THE ITEM FOR DETAILS IF THE SHOCKS WILL FIT YOUR MODEL !!!!!!!!. CALL 651-238-4698 IF YOU NEED DETAILS ON CUSTOMIZING THE SHOCKS. I HAVE MANY OTHER STYLES OF SHOCKS AND SNOWMOBILE PARTS AVAILABLE SO CHECK MY OTHER ITEMS OR CALL IF YOU DO NOT SEE WHAT YOU NEED.

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