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All Balls Rear Shock Seal Kit

Fits: 2012 HONDA TRX 450ER
Part# 1196950011

Our price: $33.99

MSRP: $37.94 - You save $3.95 (10% off)

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  • All rear shock seal kits are complete assemblies, ready to install into the shock body.
  • All rear shock seal kits include aluminum body, dust seal, bushing, oil seal, o-ring, internal guide bushing/washer, snap ring and top out bumper.
  • All seal heads are made from 6061-T6 aluminum. This is a weight reduction over earlier OEM seal heads.

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Good Shock Parts

Comments On Aug 31, 2015:Everything works as it should.

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Good shock seal

Comments On Apr 27, 2015:Installed this on my KDX 220 last year and have had absolutely no problems with it. Installed easily. Well worth doing the job myself. No reason to have a leaky shock seal when they are easy to fix yourself.

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no leaks

Comments On Apr 13, 2015:broke it right away to much free play.

Additional Comments On Apr 13, 2015:great seal

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First schock rebuild

Comments On Dec 15, 2014:Has everything you need to do the job. It seems to be a good quality part.

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No Problems

Comments On Dec 02, 2014:My initial nervousness about installing a relatively inexpensive, aftermarket shock seal faded after it performed flawlessly for the last half of the racing season.

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Great part

Comments On Oct 03, 2014:This part makes it easier to rebuild your old rear shock, cheaper than buying a new shock, definitely recommend upgrading the spring also when you rebuild the shock.

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fit great and high quality

Comments On Sep 05, 2014:This is a good repair kit for your shock

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All Balls Rear Shock Seal Kit

Comments On Jul 07, 2014:good replacement for OEM

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Perfect

Comments On Jun 26, 2014:All Balls shock seal kit made my first shock rebuild a breeze. It gave me no trouble, and it hasn't leaked oil ever since I rebuilt my shock.

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Seems to be holding up!!

Comments On Apr 15, 2014:Most common part of negligence on a dirt bike is the rear shock. Mine feels way better after freshening up the fluids and seal!!

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