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Rocky Mountain ATV/MC is the proud leader in the industry for dirt bike parts, and this is true for shock parts as well. A dirt bike needs a shock system that can withstand the abuse of intense off-road riding, and that requires proper maintenance. We have all of the shock parts that you need to keep up on your bike’s upkeep, and this goes for shock seals as well. Shock seals are only a small component of the shock absorber, but they are vital nonetheless, especially since they protect against dirt and dust. And let’s face it – there’s nothing else more prevalent on motocross tracks and mountain trails.
When you need to replace your motorcycle shock seals, take a look at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC’s many options. If you just need the shock seals, you can find them here. We also stock shock seal kits and entire shock rebuilt kits. Our featured brands include Pivot Works, All Balls and Race Tech. All you need to do is enter your bike’s make, model and year to identify exactly which parts match your bike. At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, it’s easy to find what you need for replacement parts. And with the best prices around, you know you can’t go wrong!
Rick in OR
Fits and works as advertised, good quality and value. Only gave durability a three because I expect it will take many thousands of miles before I could compare durability to my OEM seal head (which probably didn't start leaking until it was in range of 40k miles). Suggestion: the Rocky Mountain replacement video recommends 10W oil. While that may be good for heavier riders/springs/loads I believe lighter/solo riders would find 7W gives them more than enough dampening. And if you're still getting by with the stock spring staying with the original 5W should even be fine. For comparison I'm 185lbs (sans gear) and went with the 7.4kg spring. With 10W oil I initially found even the loosest dampening setting is almost too much for solo riding. Hint: take the o-ring from your old seal head and use it to replace the worn out one on the piston, the o-rings are the same size. Note: the manufacturer's packaging lists the applications starting at 1992 but there should be no difference in KLR shocks going back to 1987. This seal head installed without issue in my 1990.Read All Reviews
Christopher in UT
Has a polyurethane bumper instead of the soft rubber. The bumper was too hard and was inferior to the OEM so i threw the Pivot Works one away. Pivot came with a European wing style nut not the original style making it difficult/ impossible to stamp the nut. Piston band looked OEM quality but stretched too much when putting it on; however, this may have been my fault because I didnt have the specialty piston band tool that was none existent in the US - ended up going with a MX tech low friction unit. The retainer disk (or whatever it's called) appeared quality, as was the bladder; they were the only things I could use in this kit. This kit also didnt come with the dampening adjuster Orings, so it's incomplete and the only reason my rear rebuild is taking a week.Read All Reviews
Michael in ND
I would recommend this product if you want to tackle seal service on your front shocks. Follow the Rocky Mountain YouTube video on how to and it’s easy. I would recommend taking a picture of old seals and how they are seated. When you install new seals the video explains but gets kinda confusing at that time. 1 btl of oil will be fine for front shock. I brought my shock to local Polaris dealer to fill with nitrogen air. They filled to spec 125psi however WE says if you send a shock to them to repair they fill to 200psi.Read All Reviews