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I need to replace the Indy Shocks on the rear of my 98 XC600. Will the Fox PPS fit on the rear, or what would you guys suggest for replacements?? Thanks alot.

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I think they have a kit or something that allows the use of PPS on that skid.....maybe somebody else knows..... I believe you have the RydeFX as original equipment, so i would get Fox because they're rebuildable, but it depends on your ryding style. My buddy bought a pair of the Gold colored Fox shocks at Haydays for $60 a piece new for that exact same Polaris you have. Shop around for prices.
 

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The PPS will have to be cut, welded, and recharged to be able to go in the rear. I would just go to a dealer and get new shock put on the rear


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<BLOCKQUOTE id=quote><font size=1 face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id=quote>quote:<hr height=1 noshade id=quote>Originally posted by paulxlt:

The PPS will have to be cut, welded, and recharged to be able to go in the rear. I would just go to a dealer and get new shock put on the rear


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ACK, I think not. First of all, who goes to the dealer to change a shock? And secondly the Position Sensitive shock is on all the 1999 XC's and 2000 XC's, they all have XTRA-10 and they all have Position sensitive, just throw it in. They are expensive as hell though.



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I think it will fit with out any mod. The 98 500 and my 00 600 are almost identicle. They are both xtra-12.
The 98 500 clasic touring came with a position sensitive shocks in the rear both front and rear.

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I would check out other shocks before I went with the PPS. I feel that if you ride hard, they are not the best shock choice. If you are just trail riding and do not push it to hard, they are a very good choice. If you ride hard a lot, you might want to go with a different type of shock. Just my .02 worth.
 
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