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Snowmobile Suspension PartsHaving the right snowmobile suspension set-up is essential for peak performance. There are plenty of variables at play when you look at your suspension, but they are all working towards the same end goal: A smooth ride. We’ve done our best to collect all of the suspension parts that you might ever need.
A-arms might not be the flashiest part on your sled, but they can make a big difference in your sled’s performance if they end up bent. Their bending and breaking is more common than you’d think; If you smoke a rock or a stump while out riding, something has to give, and there is a decent chance that it’ll be your A-arms. Luckily for you, we carry a great selection of individually sold A-arms, perfect for your replacement needs.
Your idler wheels are another one of the less exciting parts on your sled. But, that doesn’t mean that they aren’t worth taking care of. An idler wheel malfunction can lead to serious damage if not taken care of properly. Save yourself the risk of greater damage and replace your idler wheels! It’s much cheaper than buying a new track or new skid frame components.
Now we can talk about some of the more exciting stuff. Snowmobile skis and wear rods come in a wide variety of styles and each style is perfectly crafted for a certain riding style and environment. For example, a wide ski width a will be better suited for the mountains, just as a longer carbide will be better suited for racing and aggressive hard pack riding. You’ll need to reflect on your riding experiences and expectations to determine what might be best for you.
Your snowmobiles shocks are important, and if you think that your current shocks aren’t cutting it, then it might be time to replace them. But first, we recommend double checking to make sure that your current stocks are properly adjusted. A lot of snowmobiles fresh from the dealer have not been adjusted at all, meaning they might be way to hard, loose, or completely unbalanced. But, if you know this isn’t the issue in your case, then we have plenty of shocks that can improve your riding experience. If you are looking for the cream of the crop, check out Fox Racing Shox. Their shocks are some of the best available on the market today.
We also carry a wide variety of torsion springs, snowmobile slides, and other snowmobile suspension components. We do our best to serve as your “one stop shop” for snowmobile suspension parts, and we are confident that you’ll find what you need. Thank you for shopping at Dennis Kirk!