Motorcycle Shock Body Top Bearings

Rear coilovers mount to the motorbike at two points - at the bottom they bolt to the suspension link (for a monoshock) or the swingarm (for older twin shock bikes) - and at the top the shock body yoke attaches directly to the chassis. These bushes & bearings help keep the suspension travel action smooth and require regular cleaning and maintenance.

This shock absorber mounting assembly can be quite basic - just a metal sleeve bushing - or it can be a complex group of different parts, with outer collars, rubber o-rings, inner bush, needle bearing cage or spherical bearing, dust & grease seals, retaining c-clips, outer sleeve, fastener bolt & nut. Yes all those components on the upper eye, then again at the lower end clevis!

We sell individual parts as well as complete replacement servicing kits. Try our shock shaft bottom end bearing parts for the mounting bearings found at the other end of your shocks, and we have a range of chassis bearing kits for the other bearings on your bike.

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Rear coilovers mount to the motorbike at two points - at the bottom they bolt to the suspension link (for a monoshock) or the swingarm (for older twin shock bikes) - and at the top the shock body yoke attaches directly to the chassis. These bushes & bearings help keep the suspension travel action smooth and require regular cleaning and maintenance.

This shock absorber mounting assembly can be quite basic - just a metal sleeve bushing - or it can be a complex group of different parts, with outer collars, rubber o-rings, inner bush, needle bearing cage or spherical bearing, dust & grease seals, retaining c-clips, outer sleeve, fastener bolt & nut. Yes all those components on the upper eye, then again at the lower end clevis!

We sell individual parts as well as complete replacement servicing kits. Try our shock shaft bottom end bearing parts for the mounting bearings found at the other end of your shocks, and we have a range of chassis bearing kits for the other bearings on your bike.