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Hello, everyone! I'm new here. I just picked up a tired 1999 Warrior 350 that I am in the process of restoring. I have it completely disassembled, and the frame is going off to sandblast and powdercoat next week, and my new engine bearings just arrived. Looking forward to the project. I just finished a complete rebuild of a 2005 Honda TRX400EX, and I'm surprised how hard it is to find replacement parts for the Warrior compared to the Honda. What I'm struggling with is a reasonably-priced set of front and rear shocks, new, not used. Any suggestions! This will be a gently used quad once restored...probably will just tool around the neighborhood. I have the Honda for off-road adventures.
 

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Hello, everyone! I'm new here. I just picked up a tired 1999 Warrior 350 that I am in the process of restoring. I have it completely disassembled, and the frame is going off to sandblast and powdercoat next week, and my new engine bearings just arrived. Looking forward to the project. I just finished a complete rebuild of a 2005 Honda TRX400EX, and I'm surprised how hard it is to find replacement parts for the Warrior compared to the Honda. What I'm struggling with is a reasonably-priced set of front and rear shocks, new, not used. Any suggestions! This will be a gently used quad once restored...probably will just tool around the neighborhood. I have the Honda for off-road adventures.
Banshee shocks are a nice inexpensive upgrade. I know you said new but you can have the rear rebuilt if you wanted
 
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