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Starvin_Martin Starvin_Martin
1/11/2021 11:35 AM

Hello,
I bought a set of suspension dirt cheap for a project. I believe it is from a Suzuki RMZ 450, but I am not sure. Can anyone identify the bike and possibly what year? Thanks a bunch

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I like Honda and 2-strokes. Bad combo.

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ConnorD11 ConnorD11
1/11/2021 12:32 PM

Looks to be around 2012. I Have the 2015 RMZ 450 and the years around then are air forks. Probably 2008-2012 spring showa.

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Rotaholic Rotaholic
1/11/2021 12:34 PM

October 2009

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ecmx274 ecmx274
1/11/2021 5:42 PM

Shock looks identical to one I have sitting in my garage off a 2007

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Starvin_Martin Starvin_Martin
1/12/2021 8:31 AM

Thanks alot for the help guys. 

I get alot of different suggestions but  I found indications that the "6K 25" marking may mean that the fork legs are made in 2006, meaning that they belong to a 2007 bike. One 2009 has forks marked "8K". Can anyone verify? Does 450 and 250 forks differ? I don't want to buy the wrong spare parts 🙂


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I like Honda and 2-strokes. Bad combo.

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Starvin_Martin Starvin_Martin
2/2/2021 9:54 PM

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I like Honda and 2-strokes. Bad combo.

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Starvin_Martin Starvin_Martin
3/27/2021 3:07 AM

Still need your help, thanks

I like Honda and 2-strokes. Bad combo.

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Polishhammer Polishhammer
3/27/2021 4:33 AM

From what I can remember, The 07 and older rmz450 shocks have the smaller high speed comp assembly. In 08 and newer have the bigger hs comp adjuster assembly similar to a kit shocks.
If it’s an rmz the fork lugs will have the larger front axle diameter. 22mm I believe . End have 20mm

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slipdog slipdog
3/27/2021 8:03 AM

What spare parts are you looking to buy for them?

With a few exceptions all the 47mm Shows forks share the same parts

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