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The shocks are not adjustable. You can purchase some Highlifter Lift Springs
for them though. They will stiffen the ride up some. You will get a slight
lift, but not enough to brag about. Now there are some replacement shocks
for the 450 Foremans. One of them is called Progressive 512 shocks. They
are adjustable & give a better ride. My buddy bought some for his. Makes
it ride much better.
 

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The Progressive Shocks are expensive, but not any more than the oem
shocks & are much better. You can get the Progressives for somewhere
between $400-$500 for all four. The HL Lift springs are around a $100 give
or take a little.
 

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They are $100 for all four.
 

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yeah, you have to take off the old springs and put on the new lift springs . i would suggest either buying the tool or bringing your bike to the shop to get them put on, if you decide to get them.
 

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Get the tool. It's only 20 dollars extra. I think i did mine in an hour & a half.
I think it took longer to take them off than on .
 

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HIGHLIFTERS ARE NOT BAD AT ALL TO PUT ON WITH THE TOOL. IF THE BIKE HAS SOME MILES YOU WILL SEE A DIFFERENCE DUE TO THE FACTORY ONES SAG A GOOD BIT.
 
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