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Good motorcycle suspension makes all the difference between a nice, smooth ride and a ride that leaves you feeling like you have rattled a few screws loose. Suspension exists to take the impact of bumps and rough roads so that your body doesn’t have to. To ensure that you don’t become a human shock absorber, keep your suspension clean and well maintained. Suspension maintenance is a service that no rider should overlook.
We carry everything you may need – from lowering kits to oil and seals – to clean or upgrade your suspension. Are you looking for a lowering kit to trick out your bike or maybe to increase functionality? Check out our inventory from top brands in the industry like Yana Shiki and Burly. Need to replace your seals? Take a look at All Balls and Race Tech for the best products to keep dust and dirt out and keep your forks and shocks performing at their best.
If you can’t find what you need aftermarket, be sure to check out our OEM section to get the original manufacturer parts for your machine at a fraction of the cost of going through the dealer. Whatever your suspension needs are, Rocky Mountain ATV/MC is your source!
Alex in California
Stock KLR suspension is very soft but very balanced. Equal sag front and rear. But it's very mushy even when the bike is unladen. It might work for a 140 lb rider, but at 220lbs in gear + whatever luggage is on the back, it suffers. I purchased the white spring (7.4kg/mm) to replace the stock (5.1kg/mm). I also recommend picking up a set of tusk spring compressors to do the job. It took me about 1.5 hours start to finish to replace the spring and get the bike on the ground. Now with preload at 1 (minimum) it feels fantastic and gives me a lot of room to worth with for preload for a passenger or a lot of luggage.Read All Reviews
Tim in AZ
Usually MP makes great products. Even though I read the mixed reviews, I decided to try them. After the first ride, wet on top of them. Not a solid product. Other companies make speed bleeders and they work just fine?Read All Reviews
Jake in ID
I installed these and tightened the brass inserts as tightly as I dared rode it for about 20-30 min on a trail and they were leaking the whole time. I took my stock bleed screws with me and changed them on the trail. Seemed like a good idea but to me way overpriced for what you actually get. You could put together this kit easily for next to nothing. Overall very disappointment in the product. Made in Payson Utah where Rocky Mountain is based out of and probably made by the two guys that gave positive reviews. As always Rocky Mountain is awesome took it back with no hassle whatsoever.Read All Reviews