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Hybrid would be cool. I had a blast on my stock frame shee I'm a casual rider though. If your truly serious hybrid yfz all the way.

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hybrids are badass but id rather set something up that'll give me a challenge

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My wishlist so far:
Fireball LT A-Arms 

Fireball steering stem

Tag handlebars

Fireball -1 swingarm

Works dual rate shocks

Alba rims

ITP tires

Needs to be done:
Tether & bypass

Fix my tire

Remove the lights

Revalve the rear shock

Try and caveman the rear grab bar back to its stock position 

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19 hours ago, DuneRat said:

My wishlist so far:
Fireball LT A-Arms 

Fireball steering stem

Tag handlebars

Fireball -1 swingarm

Works dual rate shocks

Alba rims

ITP tires

Needs to be done:
Tether & bypass

Fix my tire

Remove the lights

Revalve the rear shock

Try and caveman the rear grab bar back to its stock position 

Why did you decided on Works? Who do you plan to have service them? Through all of your research I am sure you have seen the company is out of business and it is becoming hard to find parts to service them. 

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3 hours ago, DDQ said:

Why did you decided on Works? Who do you plan to have service them? Through all of your research I am sure you have seen the company is out of business and it is becoming hard to find parts to service them. 

i know a few dudes out here that'll hook me up with some Works. From what ive heard they're great shocks but im not sure whos gonna service them

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i know a few dudes out here that'll hook me up with some Works. From what ive heard they're great shocks but im not sure whos gonna service them
How long are the works shocks they are going to hook you up with?

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Schmidty racing has everything needed to rebuild works. My buddy just had a set rebuilt by them. They said they have everything in stock works parts wise.

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You guys stop answering my questions. They are for the OP.

But since kawa answered for you, OP, who on this site has a pair of 19" works dual rate shocks they are going to hook you up with?

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i guess the dude i was reaching out to doesnt have the works i wanted. What other options do i have that aren't above $2000?

What's my best option for the track?

I wanna get my rear shock rebuilt but if its cheaper to get all 3 shocks then by all means i will.

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Elka shocks then. Stage 5s are 1800 on eBay. Peps for $1900

 

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On 4/14/2020 at 1:46 AM, DuneRat said:

My wishlist so far:
Fireball LT A-Arms 

Fireball steering stem

Tag handlebars

Fireball -1 swingarm

Works dual rate shocks

Alba rims

ITP tires 

Needs to be done:
Tether & bypass

Fix my tire

Remove the lights

Revalve the rear shock

Try and caveman the rear grab bar back to its stock position 

 

Which ITP tires are you planning to get? Had a set of Blackwater Evo's. They are great in the mud, dirt and sand. Got them from 4wheelonline. Overall, they are great all-terrain tires though a bit heavy.

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17 hours ago, xandred said:

 

Which ITP tires are you planning to get? Had a set of Blackwater Evo's. They are great in the mud, dirt and sand. Got them from 4wheelonline. Overall, they are great all-terrain tires though a bit heavy.

Im hoping to get holeshots. I hear great things abt them

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