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Motorcycle Suspesion Parts

Rocky Mountain ATV/MC is the preferred supplier of motorcycle riders needing quality motorcycle parts at excellent prices. We have all of the suspension parts you need including shocks, lowering kits, fork springs, bushings, shock dust seals, shock bearings, fork seals, fork oil and suspension oil. If you have a certain brand you trust when ordering motorcycle parts or are looking to pay a certain price, you can use our filters tabs to narrow down your search for any motorcycle suspension part.

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  • Walker Evans Racing Emulsion Coil Over Front Shock With Single Rate Springs

    Walker Evans Racing Emulsion Coil Over Front Shock With Single Rate Springs

    James in UT

    Function

    These make all the difference in your ride! They are firmer than stock but still compliant in the small stuff. We took the anti sway bar off the front for better articulation in the rough stuff and suffered the body roll in the corners on the road. The shocks keep you in the upper part of the stroke solving the rolling problem. Now if we can wear out our stock rear shocks so we can replace them as well!

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  • Tusk Tie Rod Upgrade Kit

    Tusk Tie Rod Upgrade Kit

    Steven in PA

    Everything fit well etc just need to see how they h...

    So far so good haven't had the chance to get them out in the rough terrain we ride in yet which will be the ultimate test.

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  • Tusk HD Tie Rods

    Tusk HD Tie Rods

    Michael in UT

    Another great Tusk product at a good price.

    Great product at a good price. These are much more heavy duty than the stock ones.

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  • Eagle Mfg. KLR650 Rear Shock Lowering Links

    Eagle Mfg. KLR650 Rear Shock Lowering Links

    Michael in PA

    Easiest way to lower a bike

    With a 30" inseam, I've had to lower practically every bike I've ever owned. The Eagle lowering links were easy to install, look great, and brought the seat height down to where I could comfortably touch the ground with both feet. Be aware that lowering links increase the leverage on the rear shock, which may make the rear suspension feel softer. I actually preferred this, because the rea seemed a little stiff to me to begin with. You will need to raise the forks up in the triple clamps to match the amount the rear was lowered. When that is done, you may find that the kickstand is now too long. I shortened mine 3/4". This is all part of lowering any bike.

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  • Motion Pro Micro Fork Bleeder

    Motion Pro Micro Fork Bleeder

    Corey in CO

    works great

    They bleed air as advertised. Easy installation and seem well made.

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  • Race Tech Fork Springs

    Race Tech Fork Springs

    Alec in TX

    Race Tech fork spring kit

    Got tired of my crf250L nose diving when braking. put this in and problem solved. After living with it for a month now, I think it is a little too stiff.

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