SealSavers’ CV & Coil Savers are made
of neoprene, with Velcro straps sewn
on for easy installation and removal.
Cleaning is a simple task with the use
of water and no extra cleaning solvents
The CV Savers wrap around
the CV joints on this Arctic
Cat Wildcat, and supplied
zip-ties secure them in place
to ensure they don’t move.
These covers will not stay in
place during use without the
zip-ties firmly secured.
We test-fit the 2.0– 2. 5 Coil
Savers onto the front shocks
of a Yamaha YFZ450R. The
fitment was a bit loose, but
we were able to adjust them
with the large Velcro strip.
❏ When you operate your machine in
harsh conditions, such as mud, rocks,
and heavy dust, these elements can
cause premature wear on moving
parts. SealSavers has jumped into
the UTV market with their Coil Savers
and CV Savers. The Coil Savers wrap
around the coil springs of your shocks
to prevent rocks and other debris from
making contact with the shock shaft
and seal. These items are made of
neoprene and are easily cleaned with
water without the need of any other
The CV Saver installs over your exist-
ing CV joint boot for added protection.
It can also be used in an emergency if
the boot happened to get ripped in any
way. We test-fitted our CV Savers on
not only UTVs but also some 4x4 ATVs.
They fit on a Polaris Sportsman 1000
4x4, Arctic Cat Wildcat, but not the
RZR XP1000 very well. You can install
them over your CV boots for double
the added protection, or keep them
in your tool bag until you need them.
Installation is simple, allowing you to
wrap the CV Saver around the joint
with Velcro and the supplied zip-ties
without any needed tools. The advan-
tages of having these CV Savers in
your tool bag is when a boot gets torn
or needs replacement, you can wrap
the CV Saver around it to get you by
without the need to fully disassemble
the axle to replace the boot. This is a
fast and easy way to get you back out
on the trail to continue enjoying your
day with less time wrenching and
making repairs. You order a set of two
for $26.95 or a set of four for $49.95, and
are only available in the color black.
You can find a similar product from
PRP for $25 per boot cover.
Coil Savers are available in two
sizes for 2.0– 2.5- and 2. 5–3.0-inch coil-
over shocks. Each Coil Saver is 13
inches in length to provide great cov-
erage of your shock. You can easi-
ly install these without removing the
shocks, and when it’s time for clean-
ing they can be removed just as easily
as they were installed. Cleaning only
involves water without the need of any
other cleaning products. They do not
interfere with the compression of the
shock during use. We test-fitted a pair
of their 2.0– 2. 5 covers onto Yamaha’s
SHOCK & CV COVERS
Keeping your shocks and CVs safe
By the staff of Dirt Wheels
YFZ450R sport ATV with a surprising result of them fitting fairly well.
They gave the shock full coverage
and would fit snug or loose depending
on how you would want to run them.
On longer shocks, such as those found
on UTVs, these would not cover the
shock completely from top to bottom.
They cover the lower portion of the
shock to help protect the shock shaft.
During use, the covers add superior
protection from rocks, mud, dust or
other debris you might encounter or
get kicked up when following friends
on the trail or track. Installation takes
just a few minutes with no tools needed, and you simply wrap around the
shock and Velcro them together. You
can purchase a set of two for $34.95
or a set of four for $64.95, and are only
available in black.
To order your CV and Coil Savers,
call (951) 244-6475 or visit www.seal