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Old 01-17-2010
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Default rear shock installation

What is the best rear shock to install on a 1995 polaris indy 500 and how easy is to do? Thanks
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Ryde FX.
Can be changed without dropping the skid.
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Ryde FX.
Can be changed without dropping the skid.
i changed the shock on my 99 xc 700. i had a fox position sensitive in it and i put a basic fox shock in it and i never dropped the skid either
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