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If I was to go aftermarket to upgrade my shocks, I would of gone down the same road as Kinarfi with F-O-A. If I went with Fox or the others, no doubt I would be happy too.

Now there is no need to look any further than Joyner itself. The new shocks that are now part of the new Joyner models are available now for your Trooper. These have been manufactured to a very high standard and are made for the Joyner range of UTVs and Buggies. These shocks are pre-dial in and make a huge difference in the Troopers handling ability. If you interested, contact Jarrad (snowman 6479) or No Limits. I’ve got some heading my way now.

Cheers Mike.

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If I was to go aftermarket to upgrade my shocks, I would of gone down the same road as Kinarfi with F-O-A. If I went with Fox or the others, no doubt I would be happy too.

Now there is no need to look any further than Joyner itself. The new shocks that are now part of the new Joyner models are available now for your Trooper. These have been manufactured to a very high standard and are made for the Joyner range of UTVs and Buggies. These shocks are pre-dial in and make a huge difference in the Troopers handling ability. If you interested, contact Jarrad (snowman 6479) or No Limits. Ive got some heading my way now.

Cheers Mike.

I'm anxious to see how well they perform. I also will be in the market for shocks and have looked into "King Shocks" and Walker Evans shocks......... SPENDY!!! I e-mailed "No Limits" last week regarding shocks. I guess they just placed it in the round file.

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I just went through my emails again and I have nothing from anyone about shocks. Did you send to me or the general parts email?

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I just went through my emails again and I have nothing from anyone about shocks. Did you send to me or the general parts email?

It was through the website to [email protected] on the 7th. Anyways; whats the news on shocks? Are they remote reservoir? Adjustable? Price?

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