Yamaha Drive/Drive2 Front Shocks With Camber Adjustment

$269.95
$269.95
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**We just released a new installation video for these shocks. Please watch the ENTIRE video BEFORE purchasing these shocks. In the past, we were pretty lenient on accepting returns for these shocks after they had been installed and the customer couldn't get them adjusted correctly. Going forward, we will NO LONGER accept any returns on shocks that have been installed. Once you buy them and bolt them on, they're yours! If you are having trouble getting them dialed in, take it to a shop that knows what they are doing!

These replacement front shocks fit 2007-current Yamaha Drive G29 and Drive 2 models, gas and electric. This adjustable shock comes with 2 lower mounting holes for the outer a-arm bolt, as well as a threaded shock body, to give you tons of adjustment to fix camber issues resulting from spindle lift kit installations. These front shocks come as a set of 2. 

  • OE fit for Yamaha Drive2 & Drive G29

  • Features (2) lower mounting points for negative, zero or positive camber.

  • Threaded shock body allows up to 3" of extra camber adjustment.

  • Secures in place with integrated locking spanner ring.

Installation video - https://youtu.be/fRrUMLSTQ5M

Toe adjustment video - https://youtu.be/LCfvqh1t5sc

Customer Reviews

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Tony Campbell
Very Satisfied!

I’m 74 and had no issues installing them. Easy to adjust.

We appreciate your business Tony!

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TNolte
Camber shocks

Made a difference, added the spacers as suggested and works great. Thanks

We appreciate your business!

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Edward

I’ve gotten the wrong thing. I want a refund thank you.

Hey Edward, I sent you an email to get some more information. Leaving a 1 star review is definitely not the proper way to initiate a return request. An email request would have worked much better. Thanks

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Ralph Jenkiins
Oh What A Relief

The dealer where the wife got her golf car from had a small lift done to it.
The front wheels were off camber didn't notice it till she was driving it down the driveway toward me while I was sitting on the porch.
I told her we have to do something about this or it's going to wear the tires out uneven.
Her dealer He-Hawed around like they had better things to do.
So I started looking around on youtube and watched a few videos
and came across "Power Equipment Man" he showed how to install these Camber Adjustable Shocks in very good detail. So we ordered them I installed them using his video. Now understand I Have Not turned a wrench in years. But using his videos I got the shocks installed and the front end aligned. It looks and handles the way it should.
Now the wife is Happy with her new Golf Car.
If I can do it you can do it.

Glad we got you fixed up. We appreciate your business Ralph!

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Charlie Laufer
Yamaha

I was wondering if they would work on a 1999 Yamaha?