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If you want to find out what your machine is really capable of, you’ve got to upgrade your shocks. The aftermarket UTV shocks that we carry aren’t just fine replacements; they’re full improvements over your stock parts to your vehicle’s suspension.
Installing a new set of shocks will improve your machine’s performance , and you’ll notice a big difference in the suspension right off the bat. This is especially true if you have an itch for high speeds and enjoy treacherously bumpy terrain.
In truth, anyone who owns a UTV can install aftermarket shocks and get a noticeable difference that will make them never look back. However, there are a few specific applications in which upgrading your suspension is highly recommended to maximum performance:
If you’re ready to take your UTV’s suspension to the next level, pick up a set of shocks today.
Ryan in Pennsylvania
I recently revalved my suspension, and the stock nylon collars were garbage. I replaced it with the Fastway Billet Shock Preload Collars and it works amazing. They don't strip from being under pressure from the shock spring, and they aren't damaged from hammering on them with punches, and look great on the bike. Absolutely worth every dime. I will absolutely buy again for my next KTM.Read All Reviews
ANDREW in OR
These are a definite step up from most stock machines. They're not built as tough as Pep, Elka, WP, Axis and others, but the price point is right on with the Works Steelers. Adjustable and customized to your weight and riding style.Read All Reviews
Brett in UT
The KLR had a ton of nose dive with the stock springs at every stop. These significantly improved the stiffness of the front, and greatly reduced the dive. Easy to install. Most complex part was cutting the stock spacer to the new length, so no sweat!Read All Reviews
justin in Utah
my stock shock would bottom out just looking at a rain rut on a dirt road - and it would hurt! i rebuilt the shock and put the 6.6 spring on and it was waaaaay better. I am pretty light but I pack up to 80lbs in my panniers and tail bag. the 6.6 worked well, but the 7.4 may even be better. Either way, a huge improvement over stock!! This is a must for KLR guys that actually take them adventure riding.Read All Reviews
Ian in AZ
After 63,000 miles I decided to upgrade the front suspension. I have since put on 2,000 miles. The improvement in the forks is amazing, small to medium washboard, ruts and ridges virtually disappear. Feels much like the European bikes, however the larger pot holes and bumps are still very noticeable due to limited suspension travel (I believe). I would recommend this upgrade to anyone who rides dirt and gravel roads.Read All Reviews