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I am getting an 03 enduro pro frame to build up and am wondering about upgrading the rear shock. I have a 01 enduro pro(old style frame) that i really enjoy and use a stratos helix on the rear of that. I've never really liked the feel of fox air shocks(had a float R and float RL for a while) and have always used cane creeks for air shocks. On to the question. Anyone upgraded the rear shock to a stable platform rear on these frames and if so, what length eye to eye did you get. The stock shock is 7 5/8"(193mm) and most aftermarket stuff comes in 7 1/2"(190mm) or 7 7/8"(200mm) lengths. I will be using a four inch fork and figured the 190mm one should work with the link flipped to the higher BB setting. any info on what people are using would be appreciated.
 

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PUSH it...PUSH it real good

Save your money and send in your stock Fox Float to PUSH Industries and have them rebuild the shock into a stable platform shock. You will love it. I can't say enough about the work they did. Totally professional people too. Good luck with the new bike, I LOVE mine!
 

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mtnfiend said:
Save your money and send in your stock Fox Float to PUSH Industries and have them rebuild the shock into a stable platform shock. You will love it. I can't say enough about the work they did. Totally professional people too. Good luck with the new bike, I LOVE mine!
I agree, PUSH is da'shiat!!
 

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I had my Float PUSHed on my 02 Enduro Pro. If you want stable platform that's the easiest way to upgrade. Go to the site > hit services > Platform damping upgrade.

Lou.
 
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