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they will not be a bolt in, the only sleds that came from the factory with walker evans were pro-x's, and the suspensions were different from a gen11 chassis, and a set of new walker evans will run about 1500 bucks, not really worth it.
 

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not worth it for a 14 year old imo
 

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bam290 said:
could i put walkers evans shocks on my sons xcsp
I'm guessing your trying to find some Pro-X/Pro-X2/Pro-XR shocks, and expecting them to bolt right into your XcSp? If so, unwise, shocks are fairly crappy, and will not bolt it without any issues.

Find a Fox Clicker shock for the rear, then find some good Fox front shocks, and a Ryde-FX for the front rear skid arm, and get them all re-charged, and re-valved stiffer.

Walker evans loose their charge in most cases 1 season, 2 season max.
 

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jesse500 said:
Walker evans loose their charge in most cases 1 season, 2 season max.
So do my fox shocks.. never owned a shock that lasted much over a season.
 

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i have ryde fx up front middle and fox racing on mine and they lasted me 4 seasons so far. maybe next season i'll get them rebuilt.
 

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You can put walkers on a xtra10 and/or GenII with little mods. I have one on my 00 xc sp in the rear.



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shady800x said:
i have ryde fx up front middle and fox racing on mine and they lasted me 4 seasons so far. maybe next season i'll get them rebuilt.
Ryde-FX shocks are great, also a good choice.
 
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