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Im looking for a new skid, and keep coming across these two types of shocks listed.

Some have fox clicker and other fox position sensitive.

Whats the difference, pros/cons for each?
 

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A clicker shock is an adjustable shock, they come in a variety of forms, made by arvin(ryde fx), fox or walker evans. Clicker type shocks have a knob that allows you to adjust their abosorbing characteristics and are generally found on high performance sleds and are more suited to someone who rides both aggressively and does trail crusing as well.

The Position sensitive shock is a non-adjustable shock made by fox, and is found a numerous sleds. Its a good shock, although generally more suited to the trail rider as opposed to a more agressive type of rider.

Both types are good shocks, and as long as you maintain them properly can be made to suit your needs.
 
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