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Soften Your DRZ400’s Rear Suspension

A stock DRZ400 is a great bike that can be used in a variety of terrains. It’s versatile enough to ride on pavement, sand, mud, super-cross, and whatever else you may come across while riding. While the versatility of a stock DRZ400 is great for a beginner, the stock rear suspension is too stiff to […]

A stock DRZ400 is a great bike that can be used in a variety of terrains. It’s versatile enough to ride on pavement, sand, mud, super-cross, and whatever else you may come across while riding. While the versatility of a stock DRZ400 is great for a beginner, the stock rear suspension is too stiff to comfortably enjoy riding through sand dunes. If you live in the desert or tend to ride over softer terrain like loose dirt, sand, or gravel then we recommend you replace your stock pull rod with an aftermarket lowering pull rod. Moose Racing has a lowering pull rod made out of 7000 series aluminum, which is an alloy that has superior tensile strength and hardness. In fact, Apple announced that their new iPhone 6S will feature a case made from a 7000 series aluminum alloy. This type of aluminum is also used extensively in the aeronautics industry for fuselage plating and structural beams. The use of this powerful alloy results in suspension that is softer and a reduction in weight due to aluminum decreased density. These lowering pull rods by Moose Racing are a significant upgrade that will make your next ride much more comfortable.

Check out the specs for the Moose Racing lowering pull rods!

  • Our Pull Rods are produced with 7000 series aluminum alloy
  • Very light weight
  • Stronger than stock
  • Softens rear suspension
  • Front end stability improved and rear end tracks straighter
  • Lowers bike 1″ and 1 3/4″
  • Anodized in Black
  • Made in the USA

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