Motorcycle Shock Rebound Adjuster Pushrods

Right in the centre of your motorbike's coilover is the main damping shaft. At the top end it holds the piston inside the shock absorber body while at the bottom end it screws onto the Clevis or Yoke.

Damper shafts look simple, but are full of inner components - the rebound adjuster presses on a pushrod that slides around inside that main shock shaft, with tiny guide collars, bushings, o-rings, spacers, clips and an angled end needle used to adjust valve pressure.

These KYB & Showa OEM reb push rods can be installed with internals into our bare hard chromed rods if your stock tubes are rusty or pitted. We also stock assembled replacement damping rods with bushes & guides, etc, pre-installed or full shaft & eye assemblies to rebuild your rear shocks quicker & easier.

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Right in the centre of your motorbike's coilover is the main damping shaft. At the top end it holds the piston inside the shock absorber body while at the bottom end it screws onto the Clevis or Yoke.

Damper shafts look simple, but are full of inner components - the rebound adjuster presses on a pushrod that slides around inside that main shock shaft, with tiny guide collars, bushings, o-rings, spacers, clips and an angled end needle used to adjust valve pressure.

These KYB & Showa OEM reb push rods can be installed with internals into our bare hard chromed rods if your stock tubes are rusty or pitted. We also stock assembled replacement damping rods with bushes & guides, etc, pre-installed or full shaft & eye assemblies to rebuild your rear shocks quicker & easier.

If your motorcycle dampers are rebuildable (not all of them are - see our FAQ on shock servicing) and have rebound adjustment, you will usually find it inside the end eye assembly. This clevis or yoke then bolts to the rear swingarm or suspension link via bearings & grease seals to keep the whole suspension moving smoothly. They look simple, but are often full of small clicker parts! Find out how to use those clickers effectively in our DIY damping adjustment guide.