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There are many components that work together in your Can-Am Commander to deliver a smooth ride but one of those major components is your shocks. Shocking! Who would have thought?! But seriously at Everything Can-Am Offroad, we understand that you would like to make it through one ride across the trail without feeling your coffee instead of drinking it. Shocks are the answer, with the question being which one is right for your Side by Side. No worries, we at Everything Can-Am Offroad have the answers and the parts for all of your questions. So if you’re hearing audible clunks when the suspension drops and you can feel it in the steering and floorboards, it’s probably time to upgrade your Can-Am Commander Shocks.
The stock shocks on your CanAm Commander give you an okay ride when you are cruising along at low speeds and on flat surfaces but not all trails are flat and you definitely do not spend all of your time cruising around in your UTV. An upgraded shocks system will allow you to drive much faster over rougher terrain with much less jolting to the contents in your cab and is precisely what the doctors at Everything Can-Am Offroad suggest for your Can-Am Commander. Enjoy your ride without risking biting your tongue off in mid convo as you ride across jagged rocks or generally rougher terrain.
Dragonfire and Assault Industries both make shocks that are valved and that are compression/rebound adjustable which is very important to the quality of ride that you are looking for. We at Everything Can-Am offroad believe that in choosing the UTV aftermarket accessories, the brands that you choose have a large part to play in the longevity of the parts that you add to your CanAm Commander. Your Side by Side deserves the best and therefore we carry only the best brands to meet the needs of our customers and that is also something that you can trust and depend on.
In some cases, your shocks themselves may be fine, but the bushings may be off, which can account for the strange frontend sounds you may be hearing. Additionally, many Can-am Commander shocks are adjustable, and some riders don’t set their rebounds not set correctly. Depending on who you bought your aftermarket shocks from, you might be able to have them rebuilt. We know you can send them back to Fox -- if you bought Fox shocks -- and they'll refresh or rebuild them at a less expensive price than buying new ones. But even if you choose to rebuild your shocks, you’ll still need to put nitrogen in them -- that is, unless they are oil dampened. And in a similar vein, you can also get Can-am Commander shock replacement parts like springs and reservoirs to extend the life of your old shock system. Many riders also get their stock shock caps replaced with high capacity ones and upgrade to schrader valves. But regardless of what you’re looking for, be it Can-am Commander shock components or complete shock kits, we here at Everything Can-Am Offroad have what you need.