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1997 Kawasaki Bayou 300 2x4 Shocks

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I’m looking for new replacement shocks (front & rear.) on my 1997 Kawasaki Bayou 300 2x4. New OEM shocks are upwards of $400. I haven’t pulled the rims off to check the eyelet to eyelet length but I’m hoping an expert on this site does know( I called Kawasaki direct yesterday and they were of know help.) Any technical help would be appreciated. TY fellow members. Vic

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I changed the title of your topic to include your ATV and topic. I would check online but unless there are aftermarket shocks available, it may be difficult to get something cheaper. On Amazon, I only saw:

Kawasaki Bayou Bronco Front Shocks

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Thanx my man for the help and placing my topic in a more visible location. I did see those Broncos , just nervous to get those for my 300 unless I have exact specs ( no concerns pulling the wheels but I’d like to have the shocks in hand while I’v got the tools out.)

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did you ever find out if the broncos are the correct length. i'm going to be replacing my shocks pretty soon on my quad so this would be good info to know.

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