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Polaris General 4 1000 2.2 X2 Series Exit Shocks by ZBroz Racing

SKU: 75-PL0681-DR/75-PL0686-DR
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SKU: 75-PL0681-DR/75-PL0686-DR
BRAND: ZBroz Racing
Unleash unrivaled off-road performance with Polaris General 4 1000 2.2 X2 Series Exit Shocks by ZBroz Racing.
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Get the ride quality and performance your need for your Polaris General 1000. Gain up to 2" of true suspension lift by simply bolting these on! Zbroz Racing EXIT Shocks 2.2 X2 Series are a true 2.2" bore, Dual Rate Spring Setup, Fully Adjustable Spring Pre-Load, 26 Click Compression Adjuster and 26 Click Rebound Adjuster. Tuned for more comfort and better performance. Fully serviceable for and endless life of trail pounding, rock crawling and dune rally fun. All aluminum parts are hard coat anodized for a long lasting durable finish. EXIT Shocks internal parts are also hard coat anodized with specific port design features to offer the best possible ride in a variety of conditions.

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