Posts Tagged ‘Fox Shocks’
Check Your UTV Shocks Now!!
Check your shocks for leaking fluid, check them for clunking when bouncing, check them for Nitrogen loss! If these problems exist or are lurking on your side x side it will cost you a whole lot more $$$$ in the near future. UTV shocks are a priority. We are guilty of thinking of maintenance on…Read More
The 5 Myths about UTV Shock Valving Fox, Walker-Evans
Today we will talk about shock re-valving on UTV Side x sides including all your major brands Polaris, Can-Am, Yamaha, Honda, and Kawasaki. When the UTV’s first hit the market about 15 years ago it spurred a whole new sport that you could hop up and race, jump, go fast and then ride the dunes!…Read More
Suspension Set Up on UTV Side X Side, Polaris, Can-Am and How It Compares to a Circle Track Race Car
Have you ever set your ride height suspension on your Can-Am X3 or Polaris XPT after they are a couple of years old? After trying for about an hour to get the preload rings to move with the special tool that comes in your tool bag from the dealer, you now have the palm of…Read More
Why do I need to rebuild my Side x side Fox or Walker Evans shocks?
Do you own a Polaris RZR 800 S or 900 RZR, Polaris 900-S 1000 S with some really nice Fox or Walker Evans shocks installed on it? You have probably owned it for quite a few miles – maybe into the multiple 1000’s. Did you know that Fox and Walker Evans and Elka manufacturers recommend…Read More
Do You Want a More Plush Ride In Your Side X Side.
I have recently installed a dual-rate spring kit on a Polaris UTV and would like to give some explanation of what it helped and why you would want this type of suspension upgrade. If you are into side x sides and have had conversations with other riders or your professionals who work service and build…Read More
Does Social Media Influence your UTV decisions?
Side x Sides have so many different parts and accessories, along with setups that require a lot of attention to make everything work properly and get maintained. This is so that you have the best ride experience possible with the least amount of breakdowns or problems. So, what does this have to do with social…Read More