Fox Racing Shocks 2" Coil Over Body 8.5" Stroke 5/8" Shaft Hose Remote Reservoir With LSC Adjuster

Fox Racing Shocks 2" Coil Over Body 8.5" Stroke 5/8" Shaft Hose Remote Reservoir With LSC Adjuster

Suggested: $429.95 Kartek Price: $429.95

Sold As: 1 Fox Coil-Over Shock With LSC Adjuster Installed

Part Number: FOX98006003A

MFG Number: 980-06-003




Fox Racing Shocks 2" Coil Over Body 8.5" Stroke 5/8" Shaft Hose Remote Reservoir With LSC Adjuster
From the finish line at the Indy 500 to the deserts of Dakar, FOX coil-over shocks have proven themselves as winners year after year. FOX engineers work only with the best spring manufacturers to develop winning spring/shock combinations. Whether you are upgrading your daily driver or building an unlimited trophy truck, FOX has a coil-over shock to fit your needs.

Factory Series 980-06-003 Dimensions:
Setup For Dual Spring Rate
18" Maximum Combined Total Spring Length
Typically Customers Purchase 8" Top Spring and 10" Bottom Spring
2.0" Diameter
8.5" Travel
23.350" Extended
14.850" Collapsed
2" x 8" Reservoir
12" Reservoir Hose
0.625" Shaft Diameter
1.25" Mounting Width Between Tabs
Uses 1/2" Shock Bolts
40 Compression / 60 Rebound Standard Valving
Fox Low Speed Compression (LSC) Adjuster
9 clicks of compression adjustability allows you to fine tune your ride from very soft to very firm. The best part is, you can adjust your Fox shock without having to take it apart! Ideal for people with 4 seat sand rails, dune buggies, baja bugs, jeeps, or rock crawlers. When you have 4 passengers adjust the compression stiffer to compensate for the extra passenger weight. When you drive alone or only have 1 passenger, adjust the compression softer for a softer ride.

Fox Shocks low speed compression LSC adjuster.jpg
LSC Adjuster Note: When Fox says "low-speed" and "high-speed" they're referring to the shock shaft's velocity moving up and down. NOT the vehicle's speed. If you're cruising through the desert, your suspension is slowly moving up and down. If you launch your vehicle, then the suspension moves quickly upwards. This is shaft velocity.

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