Please select make, model and yearShock Bearings
One thing that makes dirt bikes different from other motorcycles is the grueling beating the suspension takes. Just think about a standard motocross track, and you’ll understand why – whoops, berms, jumps, etc. Without a doubt, the suspension is one of the most essential components of a dirt bike, and it’s important to take good care of it. That’s why when it’s time to replace the shock bearings, you know exactly who you can turn to for help: Rocky Mountain ATV/MC!
We carry the dirt bike shock bearings you need. And with our Parts Finder, it’s easy to find which part fits your specific motorcycle. Just enter your bike’s make, model and year. We’ll do the rest! We carry big names like All Balls, Pivot Works and Bearing Connections. Some brands offer everything you need in a single all-in-one kit. Others split their products into individual kits for either the upper or lower bearings. (If you need specific parts or would rather just stick with OEM, take a look at our OEM parts.)
Rocky Mountain ATV/MC is committed to offering you premium options for dirt bike shock bearings with the best prices around. Our service and dedication to our customers is unparalleled.
JOE in CA
I put this on my bike three years ago when it was brand new. With over 200 hours on my bike the rear heim joint still has no play. On prior bikes I would have to replace the heim joint every eight months or so. A little pricey for a bolt kit, but it has paid for itself three or four times! Just push a little grease into it after every couple rides and your bearing will last. Don't force it or you will hydraulically force the seals out!Read All Reviews
Emily in FL
I have been using Pivot Works for a long time! In the past have had no problems. My kit for my 250 SX-F is junk. No snap rings included for the upper shock bearing. The dust seals for the pivot bearing weren't beveled and total junk. VERY DISAPPOINTED! Won't be paying the extra $$ for Pivot Works ever again.Read All Reviews
TED in MO
Purchased both the upper and lower shock bearings. Fitment was very poor! The upper bearing went out in 2 races and less than 10 hours of ride time. BIG waste of money and time. Sometimes you get what you pay for and this is one of those cases.Read All Reviews