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I have an S and need the rear shocks rebuilt. The lower seals are blown and they leak. I also wanted to get them revalved while they are apart. Any idea how much this will cost.

The reason I ask, is the polaris dealership wants $350 per shock to rebuild and they will not revalve them. This is way too high in my opinion, I can buy them brand new for $425 a piece. I just wanted to know if anyone has had this done and about how much you paid.

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Yes it does. The best combo is to add the progressive springs and do the re-valve on the rears and you will be loaded for bear. It is a great setup!
 

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I was looking around on your website, the progressive rate springs you sell for the S. Is that $399 for all four?
 

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I was looking around on your website, the progressive rate springs you sell for the S. Is that $399 for all four?
Yes, Four springs and adapter hardware for the Podium Shocks.
Sounds good, I short track my S and have noticed the spring bottoming out alot more. Will the springs and revalve help this?

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I was looking around on your website, the progressive rate springs you sell for the S. Is that $399 for all four?
Yes, Four springs and adapter hardware for the Podium Shocks.
Sounds good, I short track my S and have noticed the spring bottoming out alot more. Will the springs and revalve help this?

Sorry for all the questions
Absolutely! You can't find out if you don't ask questions.
 

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Sounds good, I short track my S and have noticed the spring bottoming out alot more. Will the springs and revalve help this?

Sorry for all the questions
Absolutely! You can't find out if you don't ask questions.
OK, so I need to send you the shocks springless to the address on your website?
Correct. Just the rears. The fronts will be fine unless you think they need service. Make sure to include your address and contact info.
 

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Yea, the fronts are good. I'll get them in the mail by friday. Do you think I will have everything by Oct. 15. That's my next planned ride.

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Great option. I have the springs but need the the revalve also. The Makin Trax progressive springs are the single best investment to date.
 
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