Quantcast
Jump to content

charlie

Fox air shocks

Recommended Posts

Hey joyner people!!!

Been doing some wrk on the t2 rear diff front diff and I have ordered fox air shocks I know some of you may think dumb move but I'm not out in the open and in the desert like you guys are so that means more slower speeds for me :( I ordered the from offroad warehouse 2.0 8.5" travel in rear full extension little over 24" limit strap 22.5 cause it's gonna stretch fronts went with 2.0 5.5" travel extension is 18.53 limit strap 18" had all shocks set at 300 nitro charge to start. First revalve is free shipping free should see them in a week or so I did get the tool from fox to set pressures properly very accurate!!! I will post more info once I have them installed and tried them!!!!!!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites


Good for you Charlie. It will be interesting to see how they work out. You will be the first to go to air. Should be a real supple ride.

PS-Received your diff today.

LennyR

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

charlie,

what was the part number of the fox shocks you bought, I would like to check them out a little more.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I will keep everyone up to date on how it goes as far as install and ride!! Lenny can't wait to get the t2 back together wiked excited about the new wheel travel!!!! I forgot to mention I got offroad warehouse to extend my testing time from 30-60 days for the first revalve told them I was rebuilding doffs and it would be a bit before it was on the trails again they said no problem! The 8.5 are fox-980-02-017 those are the rears fronts are fox-980-02-015. I forgot to mention I also talked to fox and they told me these shocks with this set up will take 2000lbs of unsprung weight meaning not including wheels tires axles trailing arms a- arms that is how they explained it to me and I guess in California lots of guys are switching to the air shocks in there utv and side by sides! I was also warned that repeated long periods of high speeds over time could over heat the shock but as I said earlier lots of my riding is 20mph and under due to trail size and the people I ride with. Hope this helps

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.
Note: Your post will require moderator approval before it will be visible.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.


  • Similar Topics

    • By CYJSP2009
      Anyone who want JOYNER  CV Joints. or CV AXLE  please send email to  [email protected]  before NEXT MONDAY ( JAN-18  Chinese TIME)
       I will collect demand before this time and confirm to who send email whether I can arrange production. 
      Thanks 
      P.S.  Also welcome checking availability of any other Joyner parts, 800 CC  and 1100 CC  Chery engine parts  (  these does not has time limitation) 
      Casey / Leaf  Asia
      2021-01-14
       
    • By 2wpuller
      Has anyone replaced the stock shocks and springs on their 2015 Dominator 800 X2 to ride alittle smoother are just changing the springs out.I gotten alittle spoiled riding in my son's rzr 1000xp.
      My wife just made a comment why don't ride as smooth as our son's thing.lol
      I'm 62 she's 61 the little rough ride doesn't really bother me. I drive a concrete mixer for a living. 
      I really like the Odes it's pretty good power for for only 800cc
      I took off the cat and the stock muffler. Put a glasspack with 2" inlet and outlet it has a good deep tone and not really very loud. I'll find out Sunday when we hit the woods .It's definitely more peppy. 
    • By fettman1176
      I had to rebuild my steering box recently and need to replace the 2 square dust boots on the box. Joyner does not have them in stock and probably won't anytime soon. Does anyone know of an alternate replacement for these? Any help would be appreciated 
    • By Jeremy Griffith
      have front and rear fox adjustable shocks 2,000 for all


×
×
  • Create New...