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ATVs are made for some pretty harsh riding. They’re called all-terrain vehicles for a reason, after all. That can mean a lot of jumping… and landing. The shocks are designed to take a fair amount of abuse, and the same goes for the shock bushings. However, they are prone to wear out, just as all bearings and bushings are. (And thank goodness, as it’s nearly always much less expensive to replace a bearing than the surrounding components.)
Have your ATV’s shock bushings worn out? Is it time to get some new ones? Look no further than Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. We’ve got several options to choose from. We carry major bearing brands that are known and respected for their quality and value: All Balls, Pivot Works and Bearing Connections. All you need is a few quick clicks around to explore your choices.
Whether you’re completely rebuilding your quad’s shocks or just replacing the bushings as they wear out, you can rest assured that these aftermarket parts will do the job. You can also take a look at our OEM page if you prefer to stick to original stock replacements. Regardless of your choice, you know you can’t go wrong with Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.
JOE in CA
I put this on my bike three years ago when it was brand new. With over 200 hours on my bike the rear heim joint still has no play. On prior bikes I would have to replace the heim joint every eight months or so. A little pricey for a bolt kit, but it has paid for itself three or four times! Just push a little grease into it after every couple rides and your bearing will last. Don't force it or you will hydraulically force the seals out!Read All Reviews
Emily in FL
I have been using Pivot Works for a long time! In the past have had no problems. My kit for my 250 SX-F is junk. No snap rings included for the upper shock bearing. The dust seals for the pivot bearing weren't beveled and total junk. VERY DISAPPOINTED! Won't be paying the extra $$ for Pivot Works ever again.Read All Reviews
TED in MO
Purchased both the upper and lower shock bearings. Fitment was very poor! The upper bearing went out in 2 races and less than 10 hours of ride time. BIG waste of money and time. Sometimes you get what you pay for and this is one of those cases.Read All Reviews