Look for our rider support truck at most FTR, motocross, and harescramble events.
Thanks to DestinationBrevard.com for this J-Ro vid.
DHR is pumped to announce the arrival of the WORKS 2.0 next generation off-road suspension package. The feedback so far has been phenomenal.
Customer's are saying their bikes feel smoother, more progressive, and easier to ride over their previous setups. Read more about it in our services section.
We've also began using a new, specially formulated suspension fluid with all our suspension services. The DHR "Plasma" blend is completely different than standard fluids offering noticeably improved suspension characteristics and longer life.
The machine works by high pressure vacuum, which quickly draws the air out of the shock while simultaneously filling the shock with oil. The result is a pure oil fill for perfect dampening performance.
This machine was custom made to DHR specifications and is a key service that sets DHR suspensions apart from the pack.
ShockDoc's Suspension Guide DVD #1
“Shockdoc’s Guide To Basic Suspension Setup” DVD is now available. Learn the in's and out's of off-road suspension setup to get your bike ready for the track or trail. Learn the secrets and techniques developed from over 2 decades of experience working with today's top riders.
This DVD will provide you with a thorough understanding of how your suspension works, how to balance your bike, as well as tips that will help you keep your suspension working top notch.
$19.95 Each + $6.95 SH
Easy Rear Shock Removal
Putting the subframe back on after shock service can be a PIA, especially when trying to get the carb boot back on the back of the carb.
Here's a tip... Instead of popping the boot off the carb, just remove the muffler and the subframe mounting bolts. With the mounting bolts loose, you can pull the subframe over to the left just enough to open a clean path for pulling the shock out. This will work on most 4-stroke and electric start bikes.
If this looks like the case on your bike, loosen the shock bolts and move the subframe over to the left a little and pull the shock out the right side without taking the air boot off the carb.
This saves a lot of time and grief.