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Dirt Bike 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!

Latest Dirt Bike All Suspension Parts Reviews – You could win up to $500 for reviewing products!

  • MSR Fork Seals and Wiper Kit

    MSR Fork Seals and Wiper Kit

    james in PA

    cant beet it

    Ive used this kit on my last three or four bikes. I found nothing to complain about. They hold up and last.

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  • Pivot Works Shock Rebuild Kit

    Pivot Works Shock Rebuild Kit

    Josh in WV


    I rebuilt my front and rear suspension with pivot works kits as well as my linkage, swingarm, and steering. Awesome products at good prices.

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  • Motion Pro Micro Fork Bleeder

    Motion Pro Micro Fork Bleeder

    Josh in WV


    A more convenient alternative to the screwdriver type bleeders. Fit the showas perfectly.

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  • All Balls Rear Shock Seal Kit

    All Balls Rear Shock Seal Kit

    Dustin in CA

    Rear Shock Seal Kit

    Fit perfect for my 1991 XR600R!

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  • KTM Neoprene PDS Rear Shock Bearing Protector

    KTM Neoprene PDS Rear Shock Bearing Protector

    kenneth in AZ

    didn't fit well and would have trapped dirt

    It didn't fit well, ended up bunched up and folded. This would have trapped dirt and moisture and killed the lower shock bearing. I ended up cutting it off before even riding with it. Don't waste your money!

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  • Top Gun Rear Shock Spring

    Top Gun Rear Shock Spring

    Jason in Washington

    Spring Rate

    I purchased both the 6.6 and 8.0kg/mm springs, and proceeded set the sag on the KLR to be 33% of total travel or 3 inches(as recommended). I found that as a 160lb rider with no gear i achieved 2.5-2.75 inch of sag with the 8.0kg/mm sprig and the preload at a minimum. With that being said i see no reason to ever use the 6.6kg/mm spring. If your a very light rider perhaps the 7kg/mm spring would be better.

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