FOX 1.5 Zero QS3 Coil Skid MATRYX / AXYS Lightweight Burandt Edition
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With input from our Backcountry Team, the new FOX lightweight mountain shocks improved ride quality is as significant as their weight savings. While it may seem like a stretch, this technology has trickled down from our trophy truck engineering successes. Simply put, we’ve freed the shock to move comfortably by using internal grooves to bypass oil around the piston in the ride zone while providing increased bottom-out resistance for those big hits by eliminating the grooves in the last 30% of travel. This provides the plushness to ride all day with the control you need for maximum fun. Our objective? Retain that great FOX ride feel while increasing bottom-out control, especially in coil-over shock applications.
Simple to use QS3 Compression Adjustment
Lightweight Coil spring - tool free adjustment
Lightweight bodies and caps
Bypass technology for plush ride
Premium Fox Factory / Chris Burandt calibration
Preset / ready to ride right out of the box.
This shock is hands down the biggest performer for the dollar you will see on a modern mountain sled. The new lightweight coil spring and adjuster make for simple easy to change adjustments without the need for tools. Couple this with the simple to adjust QS3 switch and you can go from powder carves to rough trail with the flip of a switch. No more fumbling with tiny iced up knobs and tiny adjustments you can't feel, the Quick Switch technology makes adjustment simple and clear. The positions represent real changes a rider can feel for easy to understand setting adjustments. Large background numbering makes it easy to see which position you are in. The QS3 tech is the perfect match for the mountain snowmobilers needs from novice to expert.
**Khaos length front shocks only can be installed on a Khaos. To convert your PRO-RMK check out our Conversion Kit**
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- If you live in Canada or the EU:
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- UPS Worldwide expedited costs more but does speed up the entire process.
Do you ship via the US Postal Service?
- We have had acceptable success with the postal service as of late and for our international customers we can offer postal shipping to help save on duties and shipping costs. It is not active on the website for all applications or countries. But if you give us a call, or send in an email, and we can get you taken care of.
I don't live in the United States, will you put a lower price on the commercial invoice paperwork to save me on paying taxes and other government imposed fees?
- NO. This is wrong on 2 levels:
- Truth--we will not lie to benefit ourselves, we will not lie for you either.
- Honesty--it is still wrong to steal from a government just because they are stealing from you.
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What other costs am I the customer responsible for besides shipping when the order is going to Canada or internationally?
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- Duties--fees imposed by your government for buying something outside of your country.
- Taxes--speaks for itself...a general rule of thumb is the bigger your government, the larger the taxes will be.