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Old 09-13-2018, 06:10 PM
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Question 2001 Warrior 350 Rear shock options?

Hello All, first post.

I have a 2001 Warrior 350 that I just got back up and running, and the rear shock is fine, but I am a person of shall we say....heftier proportions. As such, when I am sitting on the ATV, the rear sags a bunch and I feel like I am using the handlebars to keep me sitting upright, and just doesn't feel right. I already have the preload on the spring maxed, and the remote reservoir has no adjustment.

What I am looking for is a shock that will allow me to setup sag or be firm enough that I am more level when sitting on it. I don't plan to be doing any big jumps, more than likely trail riding with it, so travel doesn't need to be bigger, maybe just firmer.

Would a straight (No reservoir) cheapy shock be sufficient? I see some cheap no-name shocks measured by I assume stroke? Sizes like 320mm, 350mm, and 400mm? I see them on Ebay. I also read about a 2001 Raptor 660 rear shock, but nothing out there right now, and I am not looking to spend #Elka money. This is for leisure, not planning on racing or anything crazy, just some fun around the farm and take my 4 year old on some rides together.

Thanks for taking a look and any help
 
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