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waving fox float evo x

Hi im wondering if anyone one is interested in a set of fox float evo x's/ They are barely used with no more than 3 rides on them. They are long travel and are built for houser desert a arms. I run them on stock a arms without problems. Im thinking of asking $1300 for em. Pm or post offers.
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$1200 ??? bump
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What is the length eye to eye ??

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i think they are 18 3/4 eyelet to eyelet. They are less than a half a inch than stock shocks. a few milimeter difference. Ill see if i can dig up the difference
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This should be right. stock shocks are 18 inch. The fox float evo x's are 18.125. 1 millimeter difference. Not much at all. When i first put them on the front end was about 1 inch higher than stock. When it was all said and done the front ride hieght was almost 2 inches lower than stock. Since they are long travel shocks instead of regular travel you gain a few inches of front a arm travel, even on stock a arms.
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I would live a pair for my snowmobile

But I just bought my pair new in the box for my 700XX for $900 shipped. I know it was a too good to be true deal but I got em.

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I would live a pair for my snowmobile

But I just bought my pair new in the box for my 700XX for $900 shipped. I know it was a too good to be true deal but I got em.
the fox shock my buddy has is 19 3/4 long they are lt evolwhats wrong with the fox shock thought they were the shit?


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there great but i do not ride that much anymore.
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