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Your dirt bike’s fork is an integral part of its suspension. With it, you’re able to tackle the toughest terrain. Without it… well, it’s better not to think about what happens without it. That’s why protecting the forks is so important. Dirt and mud can find their way into the fork seals, causing leaks and ruining a good day’s ride. But dirt bike fork covers keep dirt out!
Rocky Mountain ATV/MC stocks many different choices when it comes to fork covers. Fork seal guards protect the seals, acting as a sort of sock which fits snugly around the fork tubes. Fork boots have an accordion shape and are able to compress alongside your forks, keeping protection present at all times. Dirt bike fork guards are plastics which double as fork protectors. Whatever your preference is, we have them all! And with major names like Acerbis, Polisport, Seal Savers, Shock Sox, UFO and more, you know that you’re getting excellent quality with whatever your choice is.
If you are looking for a holeshot device, we have those too! A staple of motocross, a holeshot device can help you better manage your starts and get you out of the gate faster than anyone else! We carry dirt bike holeshot devices made by Works Connection and Hammerhead. As always, you can count on Rocky Mountain ATV/MC for quality dirt bike parts at phenomenal prices!
Michael in TX
I bought these after I had two leaky seals from grit getting under the dust seals in some dry riding conditions. They seem to work well. I've had them on for a couple of months. They are were tight to get onto my forks, but with a little patience they went on ok. Be sure that you have enough clearance between the fork outer tube lip and the fork guard throughout the fork travel. My fork guards are a pretty tight fit and they wore a hole through my left side seal guard. I ordered another set of guards and will try to use a heat gun and coax the guard out a little for more clearance.Read All Reviews