Silver & Black Remote Reservoir Shocks - Eye To Clevis - 320-330mm

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Silver adjustable remote reservoir shocks with black springs. Fits a wide range of Honda motorcycles. Check dimensions before purchase.

  • Silver anodized aluminum for durability and easy maintenance
  • Black powder coated triple-rate progressive springs
  • Adjustable length 10mm (3/8") range
  • Adjustable spring pre-load (Spanner wrench included)
  • Sold as a pair

Dimensions:

Minimum Length (Eye to Eye): 320mm (12.60")
Maximum Length (Eye to Eye): 330mm (13.00")
Outer Diameter of Springs: 62mm (2.44")
Spring Coil Diameter: 7mm
Inner Diameter of Upper Rubber Bushing: 15.5mm
Upper Mount Width: 20.4mm
Lower Mount Inner Width: 20.4mm
Lower Threaded Mount: M10
Working Stroke: 60mm
Max Load Per Pair: 200kg

Fits many different Honda models. Check the dimensions before purchase.

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  • 4
    Rear suspension

    Posted by Ryun on 10th Dec 2020

    These absorbers have a good look and have a quality look. I believe these are for casual rides. I would not use them on a track.

  • 4
    Cb550 install

    Posted by Unknown on 23rd Jul 2016

    The upper rubber bushing slides onto the mounting stud as is with no insert needed. I put a large washer behind, shock, large washer, grab rail, washer and nut. It lined up fine on top. The lower washers were too thick so I turned two aluminum spacer/washers for the bottom and it fit up fine.

  • 4
    Looks FANTASTIC but not a direct bolt-on for my bike.

    Posted by Michael on 30th May 2016

    I bought these shocks for my '77 CB400-Four project bike, but they need some adjustments. The upper rubber bushing inside diameter is indeed too small for the upper shock mount post on the frame. The new metal bushings provided do not fit the upper shock mount post on the frame either.You may want to remove the old metal bushing from your old shocks, and open up the upper rubber bushing on these new shocks to accommodate a good tight fit for the old metal bushing. You may also need to cut your old metal bushings shorter to accommodate the narrower width of the new shock's rubber bushing. Direct bolt on in 5 minutes- nope. A bit of fiddling on my project bike- WELL WORTH THE EFFORT.