MSR Fork Support
September 21, 2012(Loveland, CO)
Very overpriced for what you get. Works on some dirt bikes but not all. Just an average fork support that is probably imported from China and cost MSR 50 cents.
Dir Dog -
February 13, 2012(Philadelphia, PA)
This is a no brainer. Easy to use and work well. I'm buying more!
MSR fork supports
July 14, 2011(Odessa, TX)
Be sure to check your fork travel before ordering. They didn't fit my DR 650 forks and had to send them back.
December 31, 2009(hurricane, WV)
Great product. Makes strapping down the bike a lot easier and a lot more sturdy.
June 15, 2009(Orange, CA)
I bought this for a CR85R small wheel and it's a little short for the suspension on this bike (but the taller version I have is too long for the 85). It is very solidly built.
April 27, 2009(tecate, CA)
great item , at a great price , low cost high savings.
thanks motorcycle superstore..
Mini Fork Support
Rick Hubbard -
August 09, 2007(Lakeland, FL)
I purchased two Mini Fork Supports for my son's 65's and they are not long enough. I have to compress the forks way more than I ever would not using the supports. The Standard support, which does a great job on my bike, is too long. To offer a third support length, somewhere in the middle, would be ideal for bikes with about 9"-10" of travel.
MSR Fork Supports
August 09, 2007(Tualatin, Prince Edw)
The suspension on my bike, a Yamaha TTR250, has 11 inches of travel, which is just large enough to use the standard size fork support. It takes a little force to put the support in place, but once installed with the tie downs tightened, the bike is secure enough to go long distances over bumpy roads without any problem.
MSR Fork Supports
August 09, 2007(Mooresville, MD)
The simplest cheapest way to keep your springs for being mashed for hours when trailering your bike. Just pop em in and pull the straps. They even keep the bikes from bouncing around on the trailer since they remove the shocks from the whole strap down process, the bikes don't bounce around at all. For mini's get the small ones and cut them down to fit and they stil work great!