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    RAPTOR PIGGYBACK FRONT SHOCKS FOR 700/660

    I have some Raptor 700 piggyback fully adjustable front shocks in perfect shape,
    both silver or SE black bodies with pre-load, high/low speed compression & rebound, your choice of color coils with brand new powder coating in gloss black, gloss Yamaha blue, gloss red and candy lolliepop red (like the frames on some Raptors), bolt right up to 700's & takes small mod for 660's, they don't have a scratch on them, I will take $325 shipped and will use priority mail 2/3 days and delivery confirmation, I can also do other colors on request, just PM me and I can text or email more pic's or answer any question's,
    Thanks guy's (and gal's)...

    I also have some YFZ shocks too..
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    Do you know how to adjust them for a riders weight before you ship them?

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    Yep, I'll set the pre-load for your weight & a-arms (stock or +2) and adjust the compression & rebound for the terrain you ride most, dune's, trails or track (at least to a good starting point for you to dail them in perfect the way you want them)

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    Damn wish you had LT ones...

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    Do u know if these will fit the new adjustable alba a arms for a 660 without the mod or do u still usually have to mod them with aftermarket arms?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruces_720 View Post
    Do u know if these will fit the new adjustable alba a arms for a 660 without the mod or do u still usually have to mod them with aftermarket arms?
    The only mod you will still need to do has nothing to do with the Alba arms, the top shock mounts (two top tabs on the frame on each side that shock bolts to) those will still need to be grinded back just a very little bit, when you place the top of the shock in the top mount to run the bolt thru, you will see how much to take off (not much, should take you a couple minutes to do), the bottom mounts on the Albas have plenty of clearance (I just got off the phone with Alba, I called them too be sure) the stock 660 arms have a gusset on the back side running between the two mount tabs that needs taken down a bit, the aftermarket arms don't have this, also the bottom of the oem arms has a 1/16 plate across it that would bind on the bottom of the shock unless a tiny bit is ground off the shock, the Albas have more then the 1/2" needed from bottom of bolt hole to material. I hope I explained this without being too confusing lol, pm if you need more info and I'll give you my #...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jogaca View Post
    The only mod you will still need to do has nothing to do with the Alba arms, the top shock mounts (two top tabs on the frame on each side that shock bolts to) those will still need to be grinded back just a very little bit, when you place the top of the shock in the top mount to run the bolt thru, you will see how much to take off (not much, should take you a couple minutes to do), the bottom mounts on the Albas have plenty of clearance (I just got off the phone with Alba, I called them too be sure) the stock 660 arms have a gusset on the back side running between the two mount tabs that needs taken down a bit, the aftermarket arms don't have this, also the bottom of the oem arms has a 1/16 plate across it that would bind on the bottom of the shock unless a tiny bit is ground off the shock, the Albas have more then the 1/2" needed from bottom of bolt hole to material. I hope I explained this without being too confusing lol, pm if you need more info and I'll give you my #...

    Thank you u answered completely and was very easy to understand let me see if I got some extra money this month and I may pick up a set of shocks. Those black and red ones are pretty bad ass.
    Sand Junkie....

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    hassel free and great seller that you can trust. Got a set of yfz450 gt thunder, pre set and had to do nothing but bolt them on.
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    quick question

    Quote Originally Posted by jogaca View Post
    I have some Raptor 700 piggyback fully adjustable front shocks in perfect shape,
    both silver or SE black bodies with pre-load, high/low speed compression & rebound, your choice of color coils with brand new powder coating in gloss black, gloss Yamaha blue, gloss red and candy lolliepop red (like the frames on some Raptors), bolt right up to 700's & takes small mod for 660's, they don't have a scratch on them, I will take $325 shipped and will use priority mail 2/3 days and delivery confirmation, I can also do other colors on request, just PM me and I can text or email more pic's or answer any question's,
    Thanks guy's (and gal's)...

    I also have some YFZ shocks too..
    I dont no how this site works soif in wrong spot sorry I have a 03 660 and in need of shocks mine are toast an was wonder if these would fit since I have +3+1 full flight a arms very interested if its possible I am about 250 lbs lol

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    just got mine on the way after he rebuilt them for me.... and he can do long travel. He can get you a good deal on new long travel or you can buy some used stuff and he can freshen it up to look and work like brand new like I just did. Kevin is a great guy.

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