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post #1 of 15 Old 11-02-2011, 11:28 AM Thread Starter
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does anyone know if the trx450r front shocks fit the trx700xx..thanks in advance
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thanks for the reply...do they alter the ride height ?
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i think the front will sit lower due to the 450r shock is about a inch shorter.
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i think the front will sit lower due to the 450r shock is about a inch shorter.
mmmm....would rather keep the height the same
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I tried the 450r shocks . I seem to remember they were 1 1/2" shorter.

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I tried the 450r shocks . I seem to remember they were 1 1/2" shorter.
need a upgrade but want to keep the same ride height to get over the ditches up here..seen a set of elkas on e bay that were listed as 505mm long,dont know if he meant from bolt to bolt or not but is a good wee shorter than the 700
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need a upgrade but want to keep the same ride height to get over the ditches up here..seen a set of elkas on e bay that were listed as 505mm long,dont know if he meant from bolt to bolt or not but is a good wee shorter than the 700
The 505mm (19 7/8") will be LT fronts or equivilant to. The Elka st1 (stock length) I have measure 450mm (17 3/4"). Also they have been on Ebay for a while !

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not to change the subject, but can you use the LT shock with the stock a arms or do you got to use the 17 3/4 one with the stock a arms?


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The max you can go with the stock a-arms is about 18 1/4" and that puts alot of bind on the ball joints.

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