well i got a friend that wants me to buy his fox floats for 300$.....and i was just wondering if i should sell my snopro ACT shocks and get these......im only 125lbs (15years old)
yeh they are the remote res ones.....but they just seem to stiff for me being so light, im going to loosen up the springs and see if i tell a differenceman thats a sweet deal if they are in good shape. if your ACT's are remote res, then i'd just keep em. but if they aren't remote rezies you may want to do it.
the floats are awesome for big jumps, but i think the ACT's are a better trail shock.[/b]
Is it just stiff up front? or also in the rear? The rear is where your weight most effects the ride. The front carries the engine weight and some of your fuel weight. So most likely the Foxes might be a good move if you don't want to adjust your ACT's up front. Just make sure they are for a Firecat....as all Foxes are not the same. If the sled is bucking you like a cheap thrill ride you can try and loosen the front skid shock but you may find little difference. A rework of the shocks in the back or a set of standard skid shocks for the next year or so would probably work better right now.
A cheap fix for the rear would be a set of saddle bags loaded with lead shot adjust as needed......[/b]