Fox Shox DHX RC2 Rear Shock

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Fox Suspension DHX RC2 Rear ShockThe big daddy of downhill, mountain bike coil suspension. Proven on the World Cup series and with many World Champion stripes to its credit, it'll help you step up your game.Specifications:Weight: 0.99 lbs / 447 g9.5 x 3.0 no reducers or spring Length / Travel: 7.875 x 2.25 8.50 x 2.50 8.75 x 2.75 9.50 x 3.00 10.50 x 3.50 Riding Style: All-mountain, Freeride, Downhill Adjustments: Rebound Low-speed compression High-speed compression Spring preload Bottom out progressivness Bottom out force adjust Spring: Coil Buy from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World s Largest Online Bike Store.

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Hey guys, my old shock on my Intense 951 is blown, and my mechanic doesn't think it's worth the cost to rebuild... So I'm perusing Pink Bike classifieds and here and have found a couple decent options <$200. The first is a take-off DHX RC2 that is practically new for $160. The other is the RC4 fo ... Read More »

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