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Anyone ever taken a look at these. Just dug this up out of my favorites folder, haven't taken the time to see if these will be cheaper than the Radflos. Looks like our application will require the dual rate hardware and therefore two springs per shock.
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As far as I am aware, FOA would need to make a custom shock to fit the front of the Xterra, as they have nothing std that would fit.

The fact that it is a 2.5" shock also makes things a little difficult in terms of fit etc.

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If you were desperate for these shocks greg could always make you the plate that mounts up to the underside of the coilbucket. IF you have ever seen a set of radflos they are pretty much the same, but they have the fabbed up plate already connected to them.
 

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By the time you spent the money on having the top mount fabbed, bought springs and got them valved you will have spent more on the FOA's.
They're good shocks and the shocks alone run about $300 a piece which is very fair but you still have to source out all the work to get them on your ride.
 
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