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Old 12-22-2019, 11:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2014 600 sport suspension upgrade

I know this has been discussed, I just can't seem to find any solid info on this. I just got a 2014 600 sport for my wife/backup lightweight screamer for me. It seems a great reliable package with the known exception of the shocks.

Sorry for the redundancy on these questions, they've likely been hashed over.

Will a Rmotion bolt right into this, or is there more involved?

Priority first?... (rear skid shocks replacement or front shocks?)

As this is a budget sled, I want to try and keep it that way and not spend 2K with Hygear or anyone else.

If I buy used x package or xrs shocks, they need to come from and SC5 skid?.......or are Rmotion and SC5 shocks interchangable?

I know, a lot of questions but I really appreciate info from anyone that has experience with this.

Thanks in advance.
2012 F1100 Turbo, LTD Sno Pro 137
2015 Polaris Pro X 800 Switchback

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