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Product Spotlight: FOX QS3-R Shocks from Arctic Cat


(8/4/2015)

FOX QS3-R Shocks for Arctic Cat snowmobiles. Posted by ArcticInsider.com

 

Product Spotlight: FOX QS3-R Adjustable Ski Shocks from Arctic Cat

Three-Position Adjustability for Premium FOX FLOAT and FOX ZERO Shocks


Experience the quick, simple and effective suspension adjustability the all-new FOX FLOAT 3 EVOL QS3-R or ZERO QS3-R coil-over ski shocks from Arctic Cat.

Both shock styles deliver three distinct ride calibrations for soft, medium and firm riding styles and terrain conditions, each achieved with a quick turn of the dial.

These shocks feature Genuine Kashima coating for reduced stiction and increased durability, wide-range rebound adjustability and aerospace-grade PTFE-lined spherical bearings.

FOX FLOAT EVOL 3 QS3-R Ski Shocks from Arctic Cat. Posted: ArcticInsider.com

The FLOAT EVOL QS3-R shocks (above) feature infinitely adjustable dual air chambers for separate ride height and bottom out control. The FLOAT 3 EVOL QS3-R MSRP is $1,395.00 U.S./$1,809.00 Canada per pair.

 

FOX ZERO QS3-R Ski Shocks from Arctic Cat. Posted: ArcticInsider.com

The ZERO QS3-R shocks (above) offer the supple ride of coil-over springs with multiple preload settings. The ZERO QS3-R MSRP is $1,295.00 U.S./$1,679.00 Canada per pair.

Each style is available for most recent-model year Arctic Cat snowmobiles.

These and other new Arctic Cat accessories and gear items are available now at most Arctic Cat dealerships and HERE at the Arctic Cat online store.



Comments (6):

Maho says:
12/19/2015 5:56:00 PM

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Maho says:
12/19/2015 5:56:00 PM

I had a quick look at the rest of the article. I’m siyang define for me what is “critical thinking” or “problem solving”? These are “mush words” that have become slogans. So in the first place we have faculty that don’t understand learning, and now we’re confronting them with mush words that have no meaning. What's his background? He seems to be out of totally out his depth when it comes to teaching and learning.
Maho says:
12/19/2015 5:56:00 PM

I had a quick look at the rest of the article. I’m siyang define for me what is “critical thinking” or “problem solving”? These are “mush words” that have become slogans. So in the first place we have faculty that don’t understand learning, and now we’re confronting them with mush words that have no meaning. What's his background? He seems to be out of totally out his depth when it comes to teaching and learning.
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