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Kelly in WA
I use PD chains & sprockets exclusively as 90% of my riding is sand dunes. This will kill any chain so this is a much more cost effective option that the higher priced drive chains. Wish they made a half link for extra paddle tire clearance.Read All Reviews
Dustin in FL
I have tested these things more than a few times, and they work. They were a little bit of a hassle to get on, but well worth it. I need to replace my handlebars since they are bent now, but the handguards (and my hands) are just fine!Read All Reviews
Dillon in NV
this shim kit has everything at you need to do your valve adjustment has a wide selection of skims in the kit also comes with a little carrying pouch so you can pack about 5 skims if you dont want to carry the whole kit also if you run out of one size of shim you can buy individually which is a vary nice optionRead All Reviews
Chris in TX
I bought the hauler for my CRF250L rally to haul my bike in the receiver hitch of my Jeeps. It is heavy duty enough, went together easily and works as advertised. I gave it 3 stars for value because a utility trailer costs about the same as this hauler, so I do feel like it is about $100 overpriced. The bike was wobbling around way to much, and it took me some trial and error to find the solutions. There is a tie down loop on one side of the hauler for the handlebar, but use tie downs on both sides of the bars to minimize wobbling. Add a hitch stabilizer bracket, mounted vertically, to minimize the side to side wobble between the receiver and the hitch bar. Now, the bike is solid when mounted, and I have confidence in the setup. Also note, on my lifted Wrangler, the hauler's tray will not drop low enough to get underneath the bike, so I pull up to a curb or incline. On my Cherokee, it drops plenty low enough to get underneath.Read All Reviews
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