The works pro series are pretty good but you would be better off with PEP, Elka or a good revalve from someone who knows how to do the FOX shocks. I have heard that PEP can revalve and set up the FOX shocks. If this is true you can save a bit of cash sending your shocks to them.
Don't waste your time with rezzies or works. Elkas are the best. I have a set of quad rates for sale right now. I live in PA and you can come ride them if you want. They have around 10 hours on them. 1800.00 new for fronts and rears. I will sell them for 1100.00. Price around for having yours reworked and I bet it won't be cheap. The thing to remember is you still have a stock shock. These are full aftermarket and seem to last forever.
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