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Just bought a 2023 sportsman 1000xp but dont have it yet. Ordering all new garage products bushings to change out while it's still clean and grease all the bearings. I was wondering what style these are. Before I order from garage products it says I need to select "A" or "B" style. I dont know what that is, maybe either sealed or not sealed? Also, how have the newer sealed bushings been holding up??
 

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Just bought a 2023 sportsman 1000xp but dont have it yet. Ordering all new garage products bushings to change out while it's still clean and grease all the bearings. I was wondering what style these are. Before I order from garage products it says I need to select "A" or "B" style. I dont know what that is, maybe either sealed or not sealed? Also, how have the newer sealed bushings been holding up?? Posted this first in the general section by mistake.
 

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DirtyLife. You may want to consider DK Offroad. They are Canadian made and a great product as well.
 

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I have and thoroughly love the bushings from GP garage. If you're familiar with cars, my four-wheeler used to do the "G-body shuffle", now it just goes straight. The most noticeable difference was any cruising speed over 25...
 
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DirtyLife. You may want to consider DK Offroad. They are Canadian made and a great product as well.
I'll have a look at them. I need to get my machine first, either today or tomorrow and see what type of bushings are in it. Being a 2023 ultimate trail I'm assuming they are the sealed type.
 

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They will be sealed non greaseable. I would run them for a while and see how they hold up. Haven’t heard much problems with the sealed ones. The regular plastic ones are the ones that fail, but mine have been holding up fine. I grease after every major ride. When it’s time to change them I’m going with DK. My buddy put them on his HL and they have performed great over the last 2 years.
 
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Got the machine, sealed bushings like expected. Does DK bushings have bushings for the shocks too?? My old bike had the JC capri ones and it came with the shock bushings too.
Yes they have shock bushings. Contact them directly if they don’t have what you are looking for on their website.
 
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