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I have the fox racing shocks on my rzr and every time I hit a bigger bump or when it’s sitting still and I pick up on the front end I hear a click on the top of the shocks if I adjust them to make them stiffer will that help? Or is it a mechanical issue? Does it sound like I need to replace a shock? I’m new to the rzrs so sorry if the question are stupid....
 

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I hope this isn’t the case I haven’t noticed them leaking!
 

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It's an easy fix.

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Fox shocks can be noisy. It's usually the spring divider hitting the shock body when the springs are moving.
Make sure the ends of the upper and lower springs are offset 180 degrees as that helps.
Normally not much to worry about as long as the shock hasn't lost oil.
 

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I haven’t noticed any oil leaking and I have felt the bottoms and didn’t feel any oil!
 

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I haven’t noticed any oil leaking and I have felt the bottoms and didn’t feel any oil!
Did you push in hard on the bottom of the reservoir cap?

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