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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-03-2009, 05:26 PM Thread Starter
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DFR by Fox Replacement Shocks

DragonFire Racing releases DFR by FOX
With countless hours on the trail, in the sand and through the mud, DFR by Fox is the best OE replacement shock available. This is a direct replacement shock. This will increase the performance of your vehicle. This is not our Black Magic suspension, but a replacement shock with Dual High and Low Speed Compression adjustment. Allowing you to tune your suspension for your own driving style and application. DFR by Fox is shock that will take you UTV to new places, adding both comfort and performance to your vehicle. Get them, drop them in and go rip right out of the box.
This shocks are available for the Rhino, RZR, RZR S, Teryx, and Prowler XTZ.
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sweet how much $$$$
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They retail for $1,999.99 and you get a forum disscount shoot me a PM and I can get that for you, include your ZIP and I can do shipping with that. Keep in mind that it will be about a week for ship dates.
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Do you have different springs for the 4 seaters?
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Do you have different springs for the 4 seaters?

Nope... in fact all the cars that have 4 seat set-ups were tested with these shocks as well the most you might have to do is adjust the ride height using the spring collars. They have been valved so well that there should be no problem, but if there is let us know and we will do what we can to get you the right set-up I just don't see that being an issue.
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