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what price are some of you guys getting for the rezzies and having them installed? my dealer wants msrp for the rezzies and then 85$ a piece to intall them, and to top it off, they have to send my shocks away and it takes two weeks, NO WAY! is this price accurate? i dont know of anyplace else around here to get them. thanks in advance guys and gals :)
 

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You can buy the rezzi's yourself, they should cut you some slack if you bought the quad there (10-20%)and you can ship them to Carver Performance. They are Fox Specialists. Just jack the front up to unload the wt., remove the four bolts and touche' the shocks are off.
 

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Well **** I was rob a guess lol. I got my for $415.00 for both installed. Yea I know, but I live out in the sticks. But I can say (O-BABY) It was the best money (besides airforce kit) that I have spent on this mach. I can now go like a bat out of hell (LOL) and steer with my ASS or FOOT pegs. Love it, this mach steered like a POS with out them. Rear tire breaks away alot less. **** I could write a song about it.LOL later
 

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ive decided against the ressies. im just going to save up and buy the walker evans shocks. i would have had them, but i felt like i was neglecting my z400. i bought an edelbrock, fmf powerbomb header and proflow intake for it. what a difference. too bad it still won't run with my pred :)
 

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Save your self a-lot of money and stay away from the walker evens shocks, their are many better choices that cost way less and will perform much better.
 

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Gotta agree with Ringmaster, unless you're ridin' MX, the just adding the rezzi's is a better choice. The Walker Evan's are the hot ticket for the severe duty of MX demands. For trail and all around riding, Polaris did a nice job on the stock Fox's, just add their rezzi's and make sure to remove the top out bumper inside the shock when you have the rezzi's installed. Removing the bumper gains another 1" of travel up front for a wopping 11" of front end travel.
 

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if i have the bumper removed and do happen to bottem out, will it ruin the shock?
 

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The bumper is there for the shock topping out (extending). Removing it actually helps soften top-out harshness, besides the added benefit of more travel.
 

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I talk to rath on this and he said not to do it. That it's only 1/2 shaft and would cause it to bend more easier. What modquad said. Thanks modquad your always great in my book.

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thanks modquad, i wasn't paying attention the first time you said top out. :) so it wont hurt the shock at all to remove the bumper? i guess i'll be waiting a litlle longer than i thought to get the ressies, i had to get new rear tires and then i couldn't resist the trail tech dash and fat bars any longer, i had to buy them!
 

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You're very welcome....there's still a ton of more new gear coming. I'm still of the mind set that I'll support these folks ( by buying Pure Polaris gear) for going out on a limb and giving us this quad.
 
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