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  • Suzuki OEM Oil Filter

    Suzuki OEM Oil Filter

    Joel in MN

    Best Filter

    Buying an oil filter is not the place to save money. Only OEM oil filters for my Suzuki.

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  • Suzuki OE Clutch Kit

    Suzuki OE Clutch Kit

    MICHAEL in CA

    Genuine Suzki Parts

    This is a clutch kit straight from Suzuki. All parts come in original packaging with Suzuki part numbers. This kit would run well over $200 if you bought each part individually. I feel this is one of the best products that rocky mountain offers. OEM parts at half the price.

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  • Suzuki V-Strom Center Stand

    Suzuki V-Strom Center Stand

    Keith in Utah

    Center Stand

    Definitely reccomend this part, even if just to lube chain every 1,000K (600 miles). Helps keep big luggage case (2 Helmets) flat for easier loading. Excellent fit. Friend installed in about 20 minutes (he used to put bikes together about 30 years ago.) Will need spring tool (looks like Sheperd's Crook). Took about 10 minutes to stretch double spring even with grease. Does slide about an inch when pushing off. Have not not tried in gravel or hot asphalt just concrete.

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  • Suzuki Rear Rack

    Suzuki Rear Rack

    Mark in VA

    good for strapping down light items like a jacket

    The first thing i noticed about the rack upon opening the package was that it was larger than i had expected. Its capacity however is (per the sticker) only 5 lbs. The rack is a decent option if you want to relocate your rear turn signals (it requires, and has mounts for, about 2"rearward and 1.5" upward). Installation was not quite bolt on. You will need to remove the seat, both side panels, the turn signals and disconnect the wiring, remove the oem handholds, remove rear fender, drill two holes in the fender and pull like heck to get it lined up on all four bolt holes on the fender frame. be sure to get some Loctite for the bolts when installing.

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  • Suzuki Hand Guard Set

    Suzuki Hand Guard Set

    David in UT

    Good weather protection. Install carefully

    I bought these primarily to keep my hands out of the wind during cold weather riding on a 2006 DL650. I don't expect them to hold up if I drop the bike; there's no metal to help support them. However they do work great for what I bought them for and the price was much less than a true offroad handguard. Installation instructions were kind of hard to follow - search YouTube for a couple of informative videos, and learn from their mistakes. Especially, pay careful attention to where to put all spacers and washers. I believe the bottom bolt is designed to release the guards in a fall to allow them to flex and maybe survive. Also, work slowly when removing and reinserting the bar end bolts so that the little nut inside the handlebar doesn't come loose.

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  • Suzuki OEM Service Manual

    Suzuki OEM Service Manual

    Rick in CA

    Be a Pro!

    Don't cut corners here! Buy the same one that dealer mechanics use - OEM!

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