Can Am Commander Fox Shocks

Can Am Commander Fox Shocks

The Can-Am Commander is a side-by-side vehicle that comes with Fox Shocks as standard equipment. These shocks are specifically designed for the Commander to provide a comfortable and controlled ride even in the roughest terrain.

Fox Shocks are known for their quality and performance and they are a popular choice for aftermarket suspensions on a variety of vehicles.

The shocks on the Commander have been tuned specifically for the vehicle to provide a smooth ride and superior handling.

The Commander comes with a variety of suspension settings that can be adjusted to suit your driving style and the terrain you are driving on. The shocks can be adjusted to provide a softer or firmer ride depending on your preference.

If you are looking for a side-by-side that comes with quality shocks that are designed specifically for the vehicle then the Can-Am Commander is a great option.

What is the name of the company that manufactures Can-Am vehicles?

Bombardier Recreational Products

Where are Can-Am vehicles manufactured?


What type of vehicles does Can-Am manufacture?

All-terrain vehicles side-by-side vehicles and three-wheeled roadsters

When were Can-Am vehicles first introduced?


What is the name of the most popular Can-Am model?

The Can-Am Maverick

What is the Maverick’s top speed?

100 mph

What is the Maverick’s horsepower?

131 hp

What kind of transmission does the Maverick have?

A continuously variable transmission

How many people can fit in a Maverick?


What is the name of the company that manufactures Fox Shocks?

Fox Racing Shox

Where are Fox Shocks manufactured?

Watsonville California USA

What type of products does Fox Shocks manufacture?

Automotive suspension components

When were Fox Shocks first introduced?


What is the name of the most popular Fox Shocks product?

The Fox Float air shock

What is the Float’s main feature?

The Float air shock has a nitrogen-charged air spring that is adjustable via a schrader valve.


John.E Nelson

J.E Nelson has written about foxes on occassions more than one, and the works are being enjoyed by many readers over the world. He was formerly of the Zoology Department, University of Queensland Australia, and now at the Department of Zoology and Comparative Physiology, Monach University, Victoria.

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