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post #11 of (permalink) Old 01-03-2013, 07:23 AM
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Let me put it this way, when I first put the new skid under my Wildcat, it was a huge difference in ride and handling. Then I needed the rear shock done as it had pitting on the rod and was showing signs of leaking.
I took it to them [only 10 miles from me] and had it fixed.
Valved for my weight and riding style along with a new molychrome rod and it was still under $100.
I'm going to have the frond shock done at the end of this season and I expect it to come in under $50 as the rod is in good shape.
I's also considering adding the reservoirs to them to eliminate heat fading when I ride it hard.

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