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Hot Rods Dirt Bike Parts & ATV PartsWhen dirt bike and ATV racers are looking for an edge, Hot Rods cranks and rods are there to provide it. As the original and longest-lasting member of the C&L Companies powersport portfolio, Hot Rods began manufacturing replacement crankshafts and connecting rods in 1993, and have become the authority for off-road machines. No stone goes unturned in the name of innovation, quality craftsmanship and performance, and Dennis Kirk’s selection of Hot Rods motorcycle parts and ATV parts is for those who expect nothing less.
Founder Curt Leaverton wants everyone to experience the thrill and adrenaline rush of riding, and Hot Rods power is a great place to start. A Hot Rods crankshaft is unmatched in the industry, machined to within 0.001 inches of tolerance for big horsepower gains and years of reliable performance. Hot Rods connecting rods are just as impressive, double-forged with an advanced design for high-RPM engines. For a complete engine rebuild, order a Hot Rods crankshaft bottom end kit that includes a crankshaft and rod assembly, main bearings, seals and a full engine gasket set.
All that extra power impacts the rest of your machine, and we have parts to help it keep up. Our bearing and seals kits will keep small problems from becoming big ones. Order a Hot Rods water pump repair kit and water pump shaft to replace worn components and keep coolant flowing in the heat of competition. Countershaft seal kits allow you to make quick replacements, and transmission bearing kits are essential for installing and repairing transmission or engine cases.
Things can get intense on the track, and with the power of Hot Rods under your hood, you’ll always be blazing to the front. Use our fitment tool to find the parts that match your dirt bike or ATV at the lowest guaranteed prices. Dennis Kirk ships all orders over $89 for free the same day, and we’ve been providing industry-leading customer service since 1969 to make a gearhead out of every rider.