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Without a doubt, the suspension system of a dirt bike is one of its most vital components. Can you imagine landing from a 30-foot jump with worn out shocks? Your body would absorb the impact. There’s a reason why one of the most important elements of the suspension is called shocks.
If you are looking for dirt bike shocks, you’ve come to the right place with Rocky Mountain ATV/MC! Since we carry a variety of OEM parts, you can expect to find full shock replacements or just individual pieces. However, we also have a few aftermarket components which you might find useful for your shocks. For example, we carry the “Larry Roeseler Series” dirt bike fork springs by Progressive Suspension. These progressive fork springs effectively handle both small bumps and large ones. We also stock the billet shock preload collars by Fastway. Their unique design keeps debris out, allowing them to function at their maximum all the time. And with such low prices available, there’s nowhere better than Rocky Mountain ATV/MC!
cliff in Washington
excessive front end dive is gone. I now have a safer ride for all surfaces!Read All Reviews
Matthew in CO
Nice looking pieces but I could not get them to stay tight. Comes with a nice spanner wrench but after multiple uses it starts to slip off the collars as the tool stretched out. I eventually started using punches but even then I had mixed results keeping the collars tight. ***Also note that KTM shocks need to be disassembled to change the preload collars.***Read All Reviews
ANDREW in OR
These are a definite step up from most stock machines. They're not built as tough as Pep, Elka, WP, Axis and others, but the price point is right on with the Works Steelers. Adjustable and customized to your weight and riding style.Read All Reviews
Ian in AZ
After 63,000 miles I decided to upgrade the front suspension. I have since put on 2,000 miles. The improvement in the forks is amazing, small to medium washboard, ruts and ridges virtually disappear. Feels much like the European bikes, however the larger pot holes and bumps are still very noticeable due to limited suspension travel (I believe). I would recommend this upgrade to anyone who rides dirt and gravel roads.Read All Reviews