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Mid-Summer Love for Your FOX Shocks


(6/14/2013)

Inside the FOX Midwest Service Center. Photo by ArcticInsider.com

Service, tuning and/or upgrades can significantly improve the ride dynamics of your sled, UTV or ATV. And summer is the perfect time to show your shocks some love, thanks to an ultra-quick turnaround and the peace of mind that comes from having some of the best tuners ready to do whatever you need.

 

FOX EVOL Upgrade for snowmobiles

Working directly with FOX means top-level performance by the same technicians the pros depend on, utilizing genuine FOX parts and fluids.

FOX technicians are world-class... they're the same people that work on the top professional racers' shocks. In fact, nearly every FOX technician has worked on  a factory level team, and all are highly regarded in the industry. 

CLICK HERE for information on Snowmobile Shock Service.

CLICK HERE for the full menu of upgrade options for snowmobile shocks.

CLICK HERE for UTV Shock Service.

And CLICK HERE for ATV shock options for Arctic Cat models.



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