Walker Evans Threaded Crossover Ring Collars
Walker Evans Threaded Crossover Ring Collars

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Base Price: $36.00

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Product Code: UT-DRH-CC-WE-2.0-2.5

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These are threaded cross-over collars/rings from Schmidty Racing to convert your OEM Walker Evans SxS shocks to a "true" adjustable dual-rate.. These threaded collars will install right onto the OEM Walker Evans shock bodies without any shock modification,& allow you to adjust when the transition happens from both springs being active to where the shock transfers to the lower main spring alone; giving you the secondary spring rate. Our collars are made out of a tough co-polymer, with tight manufacturing tolerances, to give you second-to-none reliability and "quiet" operation. They also have TWO stainless-steel pinch screws to keep the collar locked in place.
-The collars are sold as a single piece, in pairs;or as a
"4 piece kit" for 2.0 fronts and 2.5" rears found on XP1000's, RS-1's, and XP1000 turbo's with Walker Evans shocks. You will use (1) collar/per shock.
They are available for:
-Gen1 2.0" (pre2017)
- Gen2 2.0"(2017- current)
- Gen1&2 (all years of 2.5 shocks)

-We also have the cross-over-collar "spanner wrenches" for these. Those are located in the "Shock Tools" section .
(2.0-2.5 Cross-over-collar Spanner Wrench)
-The 2.0" collars will only work with 2.5"(or larger)ID springs
-The 2.5" collars will only work with 3.0" ID springs
-The 3.0" collars will only work with 3.75" ID springs
**** These will not fit FOX shocks*****

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5 of 5 Crossover rings January 10, 2020
Reviewer: Joseph Mason from Hamilton, IL United States  
Very well built, all edges clean and smooth.  dual lock down screws for added security against failure.  Perfect fit for the walker evans shocks.  Excellent product for a true dual rate spring system.

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