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  1. Would like to try these Shock and vibe bar mounts on my ATV but looking for feeback on them. They are made by Precision Racing Products and apparently are awesome for racing and riding. I have a YZF 450 and all I would need are different mounting posts from the company and they would work They normally retail at $229 but this looks like a great deal: Yamaha YZ450F Precision Shock AND Vibe Mounts Will FIT Many ATV Quads TOO YZF | eBay Thanks
  2. i have a 99 warrior and i am wanting to do the rear shock swap with a raptor 660 shock, has anyone done this that can tell me if all i need is the shock and its direct replacement or what all do i need? im a BIG rider and my poor lil warrior is low in the rear.. i read that i can upgrade to the rap660 shock and it will help alot.. any help is appreciated.. thanks
  3. Hey guys, New to the forum and atv's so I may ask ALL KINDS of questions! Just traded for an 03 Kawasaki Prairie 360 4x4 that seems to bottom out in the rear REAL EASY! I'm a bit of a large guy, but it seems to sag pretty good with normal size family members. When the suspension cycles in the rear, just by pushing on the rear rack, the shock makes a LOUD hissing sound like it's not got enough fluid or something. Any ideas or do I just need a new shock or is this normal??? Thnx
  4. So I landed a jump the other day and the rear shock compressed but took about 30 seconds to recoil. After messing around with it for a while I jumped it again and it started recoiling properly again, but after a few hours of riding it went back to recoiling very slowly. So is rebuilding an option or would it just be cheaper to buy one for $99 on ebay? Also what could have happened internally for something like this to happen. btw its a fox shock with piggy-back reservoir.
  5. The all-new Position-Sensitive 2.0 (available with DSC) gives you position-sensitive damping for the optimal compression damping at each phase of the stroke, and its wide range Dual Speed Compression adjustability allows a set-up that’s perfect for driver style and course condition.The internal bottom-out cup provides additional damping at the very bottom of the stroke to give you the ability to More...
  6. The King, Coilpass shock, is another prime example of King’s ability to conceive and build shocks to fit your application no matter what the design parameters are. The Coilpass shock is used as a primary suspension member to carry the weight of the vehicle and maintain ride height while providing precise adjustability and the high quality ride characteristics King is famous for. It gives you the More...
  7. King, UTV shocks, have now reached a new level of versatility and performance. They've taken the knowledge gained in their successful bid to win the Baja 1000 and domination of short course racing and used it to make a great shock even better. King UTV shocks with the Wide Range Compression Adjuster give you the ability to precisely adjust compression damping from super soft to super firm with More...
  8. does any one know where i can get a new rear shock hose or even used or can i use a brake line???? any help would be apreciated thank you:confused:
  9. RANCHO® EXTENDS COVERAGE OF RS9000XL™ SHOCK ABSORBERS Extra-Large Shock Series from Rancho Now Available for Popular North American and Global Light Truck and SUV Applications, Brand Adds UTV Coverage MONROE, Mich. – As a global leader in performance suspension systems and shock absorbers and off-road accessories, Rancho continues to expand its extensive offering of massive RS9000XL™ shock absorbers by adding new applications to cover popular vehicle platforms found in the North American and Global light truck, SUV and UTV markets. The key new applications include 2009 Ford F-150 2WD/4WD, 2009 Dodge Ram 1500 2WD/4WD, 1980-97 Nissan Patrol, 1972-2003 Toyota Land Cruiser, 1968-2005 Toyota Hilux, 1989-99 Land Rover Discovery and 1994-2002 Land Rover Range Rover. The new Rancho RS9000XL shock absorbers for trucks and SUV applications utilize a 2.75- or 2.38-in. body diameter and 18-mm piston rod to provide adjustable damping with a greater oil capacity and allow for cooler and more consistent performance under demanding conditions. Ideal for larger wheel and tire combinations, the new Rancho RS9000XL shock absorbers are available for lifted, lowered, towing, stock and custom off-road applications. Finished in Liquid Metallic Silver, Rancho RS9000XL series shocks also are fully compatible with the Rancho MyRIDE™ Wireless Controller, a Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) award winning technology. The controller provides one-touch remote tuning of the MyRIDE Tuning System, another Rancho exclusive adjustability feature found on all RS9000XL series shocks. The Wireless Controller includes a variety of one-touch presets, including Highway, Sport, Tow/Haul, Off-Road, and a driver-determined MyRide, which allows the owner to set his own preferred ride setting and save it for future use. Rancho also has released new coverage for popular UTV models like the 2004-08 Yamaha Rhino, 2008-09 Polaris RZR and 2008 Kawasaki Teryx. Each Rancho RS9000XL UTV shock is individually valved per application and includes a Rancho-exclusive high-performance self-lubricating replaceable composite bearing, anodized aluminum reservoir with stainless steel braided hose and custom-rate Eibach® coil spring. The new shocks include the slider, adjuster and spring retainer. Reservoir mounting hardware is available separately. Rancho also provides a “Ride Guarantee,” a 90-day free-ride offer that lets enthusiasts try RS9000XL shock absorbers for any truck or SUV for 90 days. Consumers can return their shocks within 90 days for a full refund of the product’s purchase price. For a complete list of applications covered by the warranty, please visit www.GoRancho.com. The new RS9000XL shock absorbers are also backed by Rancho’s limited lifetime warranty. To learn more about the new Rancho line of RS9000XL shock absorbers or any other Rancho products, please contact your Rancho retailer, visit www.GoRancho.com or write to: Rancho Suspension, 6925 Atlantic Ave., Long Beach, CA 90805. Tenneco is a $6.2 billion manufacturing company with headquarters in Lake Forest, Illinois and approximately 21,000 employees worldwide. Tenneco is one of the world’s largest designers, manufacturers and marketers of emission control and ride control products and systems for the automotive original equipment market and the aftermarket. Tenneco markets its products principally under the Monroe®, Walker®, Gillet™ and Clevite® Elastomer brand names. More...
  10. All Out Industries and BilletClamp.com are pleased to introduce our universal Reservoir Shock Clamps for your UTV, truck or buggy. These clamps are designed to easily mount 2.0” shock reservoirs to any flat surface with sufficient clearance. Our clamps are Machined from 6061 aircraft aluminum with rounded edges and assembled with stainless hardware. Tight tolerances ensure positive clamping pressure and prevent shock body or manufacturers label damage. Multiple diameters and colors are available. You have spent hundreds to thousands on your shocks, why settle for hose clamps, GO ALL OUT! MSRP $23.99 http://www.alloutindustries.com/ http://www.billetclamp.com/ More...
  11. I have 2 new pairs of moose shock covers for sale. They are camo. I will take trades or 15 each, I can do 25 for the 2 pair too. Prices are shipped. Luke
  12. Ok, I Need a Tutorial on how to put a New rear shock in a Kawasaki Lakota 300, any kind of tutorial i just need one cause this is gonna be my first time replaceing a shock and i dont wanna break anything. also i don't care if its in detail or not better if it could be But i really need one also if any one can give me any tips or things i should watch out for that would be great Thanks

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