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Old August 4th, 2010, 06:45 PM   #1
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Talking #SOLD# *NEW# * info update 4 12" Fox air shocks*pics*

4 Brand new 2" bore 12" air shocks Blues
I have been getting a lot of questions about the shocks. I’m no expert but have played around with Nitrogen filled shocks quit a bit.
The industry calls them “air shocks” but you do not want or can’t put compressed air in them out of your compressor. The moisture and dirt will ruin the internals of the shock. Plus you will need any wares from 150-280 psi roughly NITROGEN ONLY

They are 12” stroke Nitrogen filled shocks.
You will need a fill kit or will have to take them to a RV /dirt bike type shop that services motorcycle shocks. The biggest issue will be not getting the tune you need. What I have found is they will preset the regulator fill with a regular air chuck and are done. You cannot get an accurate PSI on all 4 shocks this way. Or subtract without starting over. Makes it hard to do in there parking lot LOL

You can also change the amount of oil and its viscosity to change the ride quality and speed of compression and rebound.

Nitrogen sets ride height

Oil volume and viscosity does the rest

You can also revalve them for an even more advanced tuning. I have not needed to do this.

They are nothing like air bags or the air shocks on your uncles 79 Monte Carlo
Thanks for looking
Jeff
Description Travel Oil Volume (cc) Ext. Length (in) Col. Length (in) Shaft (in)

Fox 2.0" Air Shock 12.0" 270cc 31.09" 19.09" 1.250"




These were close outs because Fox changed over to all black anodizing.
$600
I wil sell in sets of 2 $300 per pair.
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Old August 5th, 2010, 09:56 AM   #2
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how much for two? can i get pics please
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Old August 5th, 2010, 12:19 PM   #4
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how much for two? can i get pics please
$300 for 2
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Fox 2.0 Air Shock
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SKU: FOX-980-02-019-A
Weight: 8.00 lbs
Price: $230.00


Options:
Travel 12.0"
Plating Zinc Hard Chrome



Description:

The ones that start it all for Fox Racing Shox. Invnted by Bob Fox in 1974, the current Fox air shock line up has grown to include 2.0" & 2.5" Air Shocks as well as 2.0" & 2.5" Air Bump Stops. Designed specifically for rock rigs, pre-runners, and sand cars. These shocks are completely adjustable to accommodate a wide range of suspension loads.

•2.0" Diameter Race Proven Shocks
•1-1/4" Shaft
•Tunable and fully rebuildable
•Available in Black Hardware and a Zinc or Hard Chrome finish
•Hard Chrome finish subject to a 2-3 week delivery time


The ones I have are the same but as stated in first post are BLUE anodizing ,again these are brand NEW 2 are in the box.They havent even been in the shop yet.

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Old August 10th, 2010, 03:51 PM   #6
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So...............those are eyelet rubber bushinged or hiem joint mount's

Part # would be Awesome...............really.......it could inspire.....awe
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So...............those are eyelet rubber bushinged or hiem joint mount's

Part # would be Awesome...............really.......it could inspire.....awe
After all the back in forth in PMS I am making it public that you are wasting my time.
They are Fox air shocks ,if you dont now what they are when you read Fox Air shocks then you dont need them.
I listed all the information above.

And why do you caere so much about the part number?
again the info is above.
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After all the back in forth in PMS I am making it public that you are wasting my time.
They are Fox air shocks ,if you dont now what they are when you read Fox Air shocks then you dont need them.
I listed all the information above.

And why do you caere so much about the part number?
again the info is above.
Oh the part number is in the 5th post by the way............
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bump Also have nitrogen fill setup for extra $$
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Would make someone a deal on 4 shocks and Nitrogen fill kit PM for details.
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I have been getting a lot of questions about the shocks. I’m no expert but have played around with Nitrogen filled shocks quit a bit.
The industry calls them “air shocks” but you do not want or can’t put compressed air in them out of your compressor. The moisture and dirt will ruin the internals of the shock. Plus you will need any wares from 150-280 psi roughly NITROGEN ONLY

They are 12” stroke Nitrogen filled shocks.
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You can also change the amount of oil and its viscosity to change the ride quality and speed of compression and rebound.

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Oil volume and viscosity does the rest

You can also revalve them for an even more advanced tuning. I have not needed to do this.

They are nothing like air bags or the air shocks on your uncles 79 Monte Carlo
Thanks for looking
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Old August 24th, 2010, 09:50 PM   #12
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Old August 24th, 2010, 10:14 PM   #13
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I know you said no trades in the first post, but is there anything you would take partial trade plus cash. I dont really have anyhting in mind, just tryin to get these without givin up a paycheck.
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Old August 24th, 2010, 10:33 PM   #14
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I know you said no trades in the first post, but is there anything you would take partial trade plus cash. I dont really have anyhting in mind, just tryin to get these without givin up a paycheck.
Just save 1/2 of this pay check and put it with next weeks, Im not in a hurry LOL

Trades would be a running jet ski ,classic inboard ski boat or a pontoon boat.
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Im going to get them thu
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Old August 30th, 2010, 10:26 PM   #19
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there is a sale pending ,sorry I shouild have posted that myself as well.
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