Please select make, model and yearAll Suspension Parts
If you want to extend the life of your dirt bike, you can’t avoid proper maintenance of the suspension. There are many dirt bike suspension parts that frequently need to be replaced: bearings, bushings, seals, fork fluid, etc. There are quite literally a lot of moving parts, and it only takes one worn out piece to ruin an entire day’s ride.
Rocky Mountain ATV/MC is renowned for carrying an extensive selection of dirt bike accessories at the best prices. You can see this with our assortment of suspension parts for dirt bikes. We have full bearing kits, shock seal kits, fork bleeders and fork bushings (among others). The prestigious brands we stock include All Balls, Race Tech, Tusk, Motion Pro, Pivot Works and many more. (And if you ever just want to stick to original stock replacements and avoid aftermarket parts altogether, you can always take a look at our OEM parts to find what you need!)
One of the ways that Rocky Mountain ATV/MC makes shopping for dirt bike suspension parts a breeze is with our integrated Parts Finder. All you need to do is enter your bike’s make, model and year, and you’ll be able to see exactly which parts fit your bike! Whether you’re a motocross enthusiast or a fan of solid outdoor trails, you can count on Rocky Mountain ATV/MC to supply your dirt bike suspension parts!
Everardo in CA
The previous owner of my bike had the forks on full soft and i blew the forks on my first ride because i didn't think to check the settings. So i decided to rebuild the forks. This kit has everything you need except for the fork seals and dust sealsRead All Reviews
Dave in PA
Now, I'm no professional racer and don't exactly beat the heck out of my machine, but I get frisky every now and then and these seals are holding up great. I have my KTM plated so it sees an equal amount of street and dirt. The MSR fork seals combined with the neoprene Seal Savers make me feel like my forks are invincible.Read All Reviews
DANIEL in OR
I have about 30 hours on one of these bladder kits that was installed when I had my suspension revalved. I just tore my shock down for servicing and was worried I might find the dreaded "beer foam" oil that has been mentioned on the net. Well.. I didn't. Much to-do about nothing. the Japanese shocks run nearly an identical setup, and of the ones of those I have torn down there has been no bladder issues either. One jap. shock was severely neglected, yet again, no holes or beer foam. as far as ride quality there IS a difference and the shock soaks up the smaller hits with more plushness. there is no question. Servicing is also much easier and won't cost you an arm and a leg since most every ever shop can service a Schrader valve type; 10 bucks for a 150psi nitro fill at my local shop. this is a great upgrade and very worthwhile, there is a reason why tuners across America use them. they work!Read All Reviews