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post #1 of 12 Old 10-20-2009, 09:59 PM Thread Starter
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Hi everyone i was wondering are the shock covers worth buying or are they just a waste of money i personally don't see a use.



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If you want to keep cleaning your suspension after each ride or hear them squaking during a ride than don't buy any but for the cost, it's worth it. At least with the shock covers, you just have to rinse them off and you're done.

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Get them, definitely worth every penny! They're all over ebay for cheap.


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Dude they are a hug plus. They save your shocks from getting all caked with mud and dirt. I have never had any problems with any of my past bikes with these covers on.

I got mine direct from the maker in Canada. They make most of the covers for the companies who retail them out. They were awesome to work with as well. I even sent them there first pics of a trx with the skull covers on them since they didn't have them.
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I seen someone had some Honda shock covers, Where did those come from?

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I seen someone had some Honda shock covers, Where did those come from?
Were those the ones that Hawk made himself?
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You can get OEM Honda shock covers for the xx from your local dealer. I think they come in black only with white lettering.
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You can get OEM Honda shock covers for the xx from your local dealer. I think they come in black only with white lettering.
I have the Honda ones. They are a little short though.

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I'm sure I'll be made fun of for this but do you have to take the shock off of the a-arm to put the covers on? sorry for being kinda slow...

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No they just velcrow around the shock easy as pie lol
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