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Installing ATV Shocks

By Angel Chodie

Off roading in an ATV is made possible through the ATV’s strong shocks. While they are meant to handle some pretty rough terrain, they eventually do wear down. When it’s time to change your shocks you can either change them by yourself or have someone else do it.

Whether you install them yourself or pay to have it done, you want it to be a good job. We’ll discuss the two options and the pros for each of them. Then, you will be able to pick which option best suits you.

Installing shocks yourself may sound daunting but it’s actually easier than you may think. ATV shocks are easier to install than car shocks so if you’ve done car shocks, you will definitely be able to do it. You can look up online how to actually do the installation and you’ll find it’s pretty similar to a car.

A huge benefit to installing them yourself is the price. It’s always cheaper to do something yourself than to have a professional do it. It may take you time, but if you’re looking to save a few bucks it’s the way to go.

The first time you install your shocks it may take a little longer because you are learning where everything is and what tools you may need. This may be discouraging but remember that once you’ve learned how to do it, the next time will go much smoother and quicker. It’s a great learning experience for someone who is a regular ATV rider.

While installing ATV shocks yourself may seem the best way to go, it is smart to consider the alternative. There may be people who have no time to do the work and need someone else to do it. There are also people who have extra money and would rather pay for their services.

One big reason people pay others to do the work is to get a better quality job. Someone who has done it many times will probably get the job done better than you would yourself. If you don’t trust yourself to install the shocks correctly, you should consider taking it to someone else.

These are just a few things to consider when installing new shocks on your ATV. You will want to look at your financial situation, time restraints, and even your personality type. You want the job to be done right whether you do it yourself or hire it out.

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Chodie, Angel "Installing ATV Shocks." Installing ATV Shocks. 21 Aug. 2010. 15 Sep 2014 <>.

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Chodie, A (2010, August 21). Installing ATV Shocks. Retrieved September 15, 2014, from

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