Shock Covers!

Discussion in 'Covers' started by 79 bronco, Apr 13, 2014.

  1. Awk08

    Awk08 Administrator Staff Member Technician

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    i like my shocks covered in mud :)

    i've heard the covers hold in moisture that promotes corrosion.
     
  2. 79 bronco

    79 bronco Moderator & Self Custom Psycho Staff Member

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    Not yet! lol let us see what this thread will come up with!! lol
     
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    79 bronco Moderator & Self Custom Psycho Staff Member

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    I can see that. hmmmm?
     
  4. Herpderplol

    Herpderplol BRRAAAAAAAAAPP

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    Also hold in lots of dust and sand. and sand burs stick to them, the little devilish things...

    Found that out when i unzipped mine a little.

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    I can get you some better pics tomorrow, all i had in pb that i saw in two pages
     
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  6. BmxnBlasters

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    I have also been on the line about shock covers. More to protect them from sticks and rocks rather then keep them nice looking. The elka guards always looked great but they are super expensive for what they are and they wont fit my works shocks.
     
  7. 79 bronco

    79 bronco Moderator & Self Custom Psycho Staff Member

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    Nice covers! What type of shocks do you have?
     
  8. Herpderplol

    Herpderplol BRRAAAAAAAAAPP

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    those are works duals
     
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    Herpderplol BRRAAAAAAAAAPP

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    [​IMG]

    rear shock super tight with the 450r shock
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    Shows where my springs are sitting in this one. plenty of space to cover up.
    they are shock covers, not spring covers. cover the whole thing
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    I have covers on my works shock from a banshee, there black with a local shops race team name an logo on them, there nice for the PA mud an coal mine dirt
     
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    79 bronco Moderator & Self Custom Psycho Staff Member

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    Nice! So you got works for a blaster in the front, and a 450r shock in the back. Where the covers you got listed for a stock blaster shock?
     
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    they came with the blaster, i wouldnt use them, but the white and blue springs dont look good on my quad

    im assuming whatever stocks ones you want
     
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    The Moose brand ones that came with my ATV are vented and the material used looks like Cordura which is sticker bush and water resistant.
     
  14. blasterdemon7

    blasterdemon7 I'm not mad. I'm winning.

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    Sorry I didn't get pics yet. Had to change brake pads on the LTZ to make the Baltimore trip today.
     

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