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  • Tusk Fork Seal Driver

    Tusk Fork Seal Driver

    DAN in VA

    Fork seal driver

    Tusk makes some awesome products, and this is definitely one of them!

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  • GPR V4 Fat Bar Stabilizer Kit

    GPR V4 Fat Bar Stabilizer Kit

    dean in WA

    works well

    too bad Yamaha changed the frame for 2015 and dint tell gpr I had to have gpr fabricate me a new mount to fit 2015 frame

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  • Motion Pro Micro Fork Bleeder

    Motion Pro Micro Fork Bleeder

    Tim in AZ

    Must read reviews!

    Just like multiple reviews of this product, a lot of people had them leak first ride. This is an edited review, because this issue and result I have personally seen many times. After the first/second ride, they leaked. I pulled them out, cleaned and lubed them. They have never leaked again and hold pressure perfectly. Good product, just has an initial quirk.

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  • MSR Collapsible Sag Scale

    MSR Collapsible Sag Scale

    Jeff in CA

    Nice, light weight and small

    This is a good sag scale to bring with you wherever you go. it fits in my tool bag and with the ability to zero it at your free stand height, it makes checking free sag and race sag easily. will a small piece of tape on the axel post, it easily holds the scale in place for easier measurement.

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  • Pro X Fork Bushing Kit

    Pro X Fork Bushing Kit

    Duane in NY

    So far so good

    I guess I should update this to see how it holds up but so far, so good.

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  • Race Tech KTM Bladder Cap Kit

    Race Tech KTM Bladder Cap Kit

    DANIEL in OR

    worth while upgrade, believe the hype

    I have about 30 hours on one of these bladder kits that was installed when I had my suspension revalved. I just tore my shock down for servicing and was worried I might find the dreaded "beer foam" oil that has been mentioned on the net. Well.. I didn't. Much to-do about nothing. the Japanese shocks run nearly an identical setup, and of the ones of those I have torn down there has been no bladder issues either. One jap. shock was severely neglected, yet again, no holes or beer foam. as far as ride quality there IS a difference and the shock soaks up the smaller hits with more plushness. there is no question. Servicing is also much easier and won't cost you an arm and a leg since most every ever shop can service a Schrader valve type; 10 bucks for a 150psi nitro fill at my local shop. this is a great upgrade and very worthwhile, there is a reason why tuners across America use them. they work!

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