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Honda Rear Shocks (OEM-Style)
Honda Rear Shocks - No Shroud | Sold in Pairs

Honda Rear Shocks (OEM-Style)

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Your Price: $100.00
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CMC Part Number:U8023
  • Replaces OEM Part:52400-286-670XW, 52400-455-670XW, 52400-317-670XW, 52400-455-670XW, 52400-317-700XW, 52400-369-000, 52400-458-670, 52400-292-670XW, 52400-390-681XW, 52400-323-010XW, 52400-318-670, 52400-456-670
  • Qty:Sold in Pairs

Select Shock Style:
No Shroud (#8021)
Shroud (#8022)
Optional Add On Part:
Rear Shock Bungee Nuts (#8041) (+$15.00)

Part: Honda CB350 / CB360 / CB450 / CB550 Factory Style Rear Shocks

Note: Sold as a Pair. You will receive two shocks: one for the left side and one for the right side.

Why You Need This: If your original Honda shock absorbers are feeling more like pogo sticks after 40 years, it's time for an upgrade. Our factory-style shocks are designed to replace the worn-out dampers on your CL350 Scrambler / CB350 / CL360 Scrambler / CJ360 / CB360 / CL450 Scrambler / CB450 / CB500T / CB550. With standard spring-preload adjusters, these shocks not only look factory-correct but also significantly enhance ride quality. Combine these with a fork oil change and some fresh fork seals, and your ride will be smooth and stable.

For heavier riders or those seeking further suspension enhancements, consider our Heavy Duty Shock Absorbers, or the fully adjustable and rebuildable Ikon Performance Shocks.

Installation Tip: Remove the metal spacer from the upper rubber bushing as it's not needed. Lubricate the rubber bushing with bearing grease for easier installation on the frame mount. Adjust the spring preload, particularly when carrying a passenger. The shock should compress by 20 to 30% of its travel distance under load. Measure the travel distance from the bottom of the rubber bumper on the chrome shock tube to the piston seal on the lower body tube.

Measured Dimensions:

  • Eyelet to Clevis Eyelet: 12.75"
  • Upper eyelet ID: 0.375"
  • Upper eyelet width: 0.75"
  • Clevis inside width: 0.75"
  • Clevis bolt thread: M10x1.25
These Rear Shocks Fit These Honda Motorcycles
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450
500T
CB450K1CB450K2CB450K3CB450K4CB450K5CB450K6CB450K7CB500TCB500T
CL450K1CL450K2CL450K3CL450K4CL450K5CL450K5CL450K6
350CB350K0CB350K1CB350K2CB350K3CB350K4CB350K5
CL350K0CL350K1CL350K2CL350K3CL350K4CL350K5
360CB360GCB360TCB360T
CL360K0CL360K1CJ360TCJ360T
500F
550
CB500K0CB500K1CB500K2CB550K0CB550K1CB550K2CB550K3CB550K4
CB550FCB550FCB550F
3 Stars
Shocks
The shocks were very nice the only issue was they were not a direct replacement fit . The width of the top mounting bracket was thinner and I needed to make a spacer to compensate for the thinner width
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Wilmington . on 10/25/2018
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Owner
Like all other items you have sent me, these shocks work perfectly.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from WEATHERFORD. on 12/21/2018
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5 Stars
Gene
These shocks fit my CL 350 K4 perfectly. Highly adjustable spring load settings. When I sit on the bike it sinks down smoothly by an inch and then handles bumps on the road with just the right amount of give. These work perfectly and are almost identical to the originals. Were easy to install. Just press out the small metal spacer in the top rubber mount before bolting it on. I bought the ones with the shroud and they fit no problem with the Scrambler exhaust.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from CLEVELAND. on 8/18/2019
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5 Stars
CB350 Factory-Style shocks
Shocks were a much needed replacement for the pogo stick stockers. work great and look great! Note - I had to press out the upper bushings and use the ones from my original set as the inner diameter was too small to fit the frame lugs.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from New Jersey. on 6/10/2019
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5 Stars
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Huge improvement to the ride. Fit easily on the bike ('71 CB350). Definitely would recommend replacing the rear shocks if you still have the originals on your bike.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Post Falls, ID. on 9/11/2019
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