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I have the pre-load about 3/4 of the way maxed out on the front and about 7/8 maxed out on the rear of the Fox Shocks. It still needs to be stiffer. I cant seem to find a whole bunch of info on what people are using.

I read a post that a guy with a 2013 Scrambler 850 LE put the front springs on the rear and ordered a set springs from EPI Performance for the front.

The 13 Scrambler LE has the same shock and spring part number for the front as my 14 Sportsman but the rear shocks list different spring and shock numbers.

Now the 2014 Scrambler 850 LE and the Scrambler 1000 and my 2014 Sportsman LE share all the same part numbers for front and rear shocks and springs.

The info I got from Polaris is that the front springs are 180# and 11.5".
The rear are 120" and 12.5"

Eibach and Race Tech want me to send in a front and rear shock so they can determine exactly what I have.

Anybody been messing with the springs for the Fox Shocks yet???
 

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I would throw a 1" spring spacer on both to stiffen it up.

Your numbers seem off though, since the rear springs are usually rated much stiffer than the front.
 
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