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The Fox 2.0 Performance Remote Reservoir Shocks are a race-proven remote reservoir shock at an affordable cost that truly delivers a vast improvement in ride performance, both on andoff road. Their heat-reducing design includes a metal-impacted aluminumshock body that dissipates heat faster than conventional steel.
The external reservoir allows for the separation of high nitrogen pressure and oil in the shock body. This allows for the maximum allowable collapsed length by not requiring space within the shock body for a nitrogen compartment. The result is a shock that can perform whether its on the street, or cycling at full travel off road.
- ManufacturerFOX Shocks
- MPN985-24-161 | 985-24-162 | 985-24-163 | 985-24-164 | 985-26-161 | 985-26-162 | 985-26-163 | 985-26-164
- Body: 2.0" Metal impacted 6061-T6 aluminum will resist rust over time
- Body Plating: Clear-anodized for a durable finish
- External Reservoir: 2.0" Smooth bore 6061-T6 aluminum is hard anodized and includes billet reservoir clamp
- Components: Black-anodized CNC machined 6061-T6 billet aluminum
- Shaft: 5/8" hard chrome plated heat treated alloy steel
- Piston: Race-developed high-flow piston design
- Valving: Application specific valving to maximize performance
- Seals: Redundant sealing pack system main seal, wiper seal, scraper seal
- Oil: Specially formulated for ultimate performance at variable temperatures
- Bushings: Quiet nitrile rubber allows for increased suspension articulation
- Mounting: Direct replacement for stock and aftermarket lift kits
- Optional CD Adjuster: Give your shocks 8 levels of adjustment with the simple turn of a dial to fine tune the compression damping of each shock. This is a huge upgrade in the 2.0 shock world that give them the ability to perform like a much larger (and more expensive) shock by allowing you, the end user, to make such finite adjustments to suit your particular driving needs and conditions. We offer this as an upgrade from the menu.
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About how Many miles will these last till they need to be rebuilt??
Exact mileage varies, some get 15-20K, some get 60K. Really depends on your driving habits. I would say most average users get 30-40K. -Ben