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Hey all. What would be the consequences of using a hydraulic shock for my rear track suspension shock, and a hydraulic on my front rear track?

Also, I can't find a direct hydraulic replacement shock for my sled, so that's why I'm asking.

I either do a fox rebuildable front and the hydraulic on the back, or a hydraulic on the back and a New Kimpex on the front...

Any help?
 

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imo...hydraulics fade fast. had to change mine every year with my 98 xlt. changed them to fox. was fade free for a few years. now on my 800, the shocks are still fresh.
 

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Sorry, what i meant WAS having a GAS shock in the front and a Hydraulic shock in the rear...
 

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the gas shock will outlast the hydraulic shock. it'll still work tho.
 
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