I have almost made my decision after looking at all the different shocks I am going to go with Works shocks. So far res in rear and no res in front just not sure I want to spend that all at once thinking of doing just the rear frist and see how that goes. Had a pair of non res in the front of my Banshee and loved them.
I have Works Performance shocks on my Grizzly and love 'em. Cost me about $700 for all four about two years ago. Includes dual-rate springs with adjustable preload and the ARS spring rate adjustment lever. Love 'em.
Rob, do the works help for jumping? I know this thing ain't no YFZ, but I'd like to be able to jump around 5 ft, flat land. Now I feel like I have to check the frame for cracks every time I hit a little jump. The rears aren't too bad, but the fronts bottom very easily. Sometimes I forget I'm not on a sport machine.
to my suprise i was on the phone with them for 2 hours ,he had me take measurements , itook my weights from my weight bench and loaded on my grizzly took more measurements, works made me feel like i was buying a million dollar car ..out of all the people i have ordered from they by far are the top
i got the shocks yesterday...instaled them last night ....for all the people who love there grizzly as much as i do , do yourself a favor and get a set ..i changed the rear only .. machine hooks up totaly diffrent than before and is as smooth as a cadilac...i am very well pleased ...front ones on order now...(wife not very happy)lol
I thought you were selling it. If you keep spending the money you won't be able to afford to sell it. lol . If you don't mind me askin' , how much $$$$? (for the shocks only- not the quad) Nice to hear that service is top notch, it says alot about the product.
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