Pivot Works Shock Rebuild Kit

Item Number: 327767


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Product Description

Pivot Works

Pivot Works Shock Rebuild Kit

Pivot Works is the fast, easy and complete solution when it comes to rebuilding a dirt bike or ATV chassis or suspension. Each Pivot Works kit contains all the necessary components needed to finish the job without ordering a laundry list of parts. Better yet, all Pivot Works kits meet or exceed the quality of the OEM parts they replace and at a fraction of the cost.

Shock Rebuild Kit

  • The only complete shock rebuild kit on the market
  • Restores shock to OE standards
  • Includes all internal shock components, including bladder, new complete piston seal head, ring, O-Ring bumper and new shaft nut

Vehicle Fitment

Fitment is guaranteed or your money back plus free return shipping. Don't waste time installing a product that doesn't fit. We worked hard ensuring that this product is an exact fit on the vehicles listed below.


  • CR125R 2000-2003
  • CR250R 2000, 2002-2007
  • CR500R 1996-2001
  • CRF250R 2004-2009
  • CRF250X 2006-2009, 2012
  • CRF450R 2002-2008
  • CRF450X 2005-2009, 2012


  • KX250F 2004-2005
  • KX450F 2006-2008


  • RM-Z250 2004-2006


  • WR250F 2003-2005
  • WR450F 2003-2005
  • YZ125 2000-2012
  • YZ250 2-Stroke 2000-2012
  • YZ250F 4-Stroke 2001-2011
  • YZ426F 2000-2002
  • YZ450F 2003-2009

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers

  • 2006 Honda CRF250x- How hard is it to recharge the shock with nitrogen once it has been rebuilt?

    By: George

    You'll need a particular nitrogen refill tool, and of course - a cylinder of compressed nitrogen to do the job. As far as difficulty goes, with the correct tools, it literally takes less than a minute to fill the shock. Your best bet would be to service the shock with the parts included in the Pivot Works CRF250X shock rebuild kit and then, take the shock to a tech you trust who has the requisite tools to fill it with nitrogen. Of course, you could purchase the tools to do the filling yourself, but that's another $300 or so in equipment that gets used rather sparingly.

    By: Staff