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All Suspension Parts from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

Suspension parts like shocks, lift kits, lowering kits, anti-sway bars, fork bushings, dust seals, fork bleeder valves and more.

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  • MSR Fork Seals and Wiper Kit

    MSR Fork Seals and Wiper Kit

    Dave in PA

    So Far So Good

    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.

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  • Motion Pro Micro Fork Bleeder

    Motion Pro Micro Fork Bleeder

    Tim in AZ

    Must read reviews!

    Just like multiple reviews of this product, a lot of people had them leak first ride. This is an edited review, because this issue and result I have personally seen many times. After the first/second ride, they leaked. I pulled them out, cleaned and lubed them. They have never leaked again and hold pressure perfectly. Good product, just has an initial quirk.

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  • Pro X Fork Bushing Kit

    Pro X Fork Bushing Kit

    Duane in NY

    So far so good

    I guess I should update this to see how it holds up but so far, so good.

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  • Race Tech KTM Bladder Cap Kit

    Race Tech KTM Bladder Cap Kit

    DANIEL in OR

    worth while upgrade, believe the hype

    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!

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  • KTM Neoprene PDS Rear Shock Bearing Protector

    KTM Neoprene PDS Rear Shock Bearing Protector

    LIONEL in CA

    One less thing to worry about.

    Inexpensive insurance. I use the bike for long off-road events so it gets pretty dirty. When I wash the bike, the area still looks new. Peace of mind does not have a price.

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  • KTM Rear Shock Pre-Load Adjuster

    KTM Rear Shock Pre-Load Adjuster

    jeromy in NE

    excellent tool

    This was one of the best investments I made in regards to having it help me be less resistant to play with sag in various places. For some reason the KTM branded one didn't come with a sticky backed ruler to put on the shock resivoir so you can get a base line to play with adjustments on test loops/laps. Easy enough to make with a piece of tape but looks pretty cheap when you do this with a high dollar preload adjuster on a billion dollar custom suspension.

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