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Chad in VA
Awesome roof. Well made and fit is perfect. Didn’t receive the aluminum spacers for the rear which may be a blessing. Metal against metal is never a good idea. I used 2 rubber bushings from a set of car shocks that I had laying around and it worked great.Read All Reviews
Wesley in NY
I don't even know where to begin with this one. I had so many issues with this plate when installing it on my son's 2006 TTR 125. I thought it would be a 20 minute job. Ended up being a 2 1/2 hour job. Here goes............ The back 2 mounting surfaces did not touch the frame where they were supposed to (at the bolt holes). Instead, the plate was bottoming out first on the very back of the plate on the frame cross member. So, I had to make 2 spacers to have the plate contact the mounting surface at the 2 bolts. When I did this, the supplied bolts were short, so I had to run to the hardware store to get 2 more bolts. Went from a Torx (supplied with the plate) to an allen head screw. I don't know who came up with the idea of an allen head screw, but they are terrible and should be designed out of ever fastener on the entire planet! It might as well be circle. Allen heads are so easy to strip. Torx is a 1000 times better design! Anyway, I used some Loctite to keep them in. Next....... The front mounting slots on the plate were off when the plate was mounted flush against the frame. I had to open up the slots with a Dremel tool to get the bolts to install properly. Ahhhh....... and another. The "L" shaped brackets were hitting a folded stamped steel piece on the frame and would not fit flush against it, so I had to notch them. Argh........... More? Yup. 1 of the bolts on the front of the plate was so long it didn't allow me to access the cross through bolt to tighten it with a socket. So, I had to cut it shorter. (at least I didn't have to go to the hardware store again and buy another bolt! ) Seriously.........what else could there be?? When I finally got all this squared away, the plate was hitting the starter, not allowing it to mount flush to the frame. I dug through my plethora of steel scraps and was able to find a large steel ball and a cup. With these 2 items, I was able to use my hydraulic press to deform the plate to clear the starter. I will say, the plate is robust and should do a nice job protecting the underside of the bike versus the extremely cheap and flimsy OEM plastic/rubber one that was on there. I destroyed the OEM one going over a log. I guess the engineers from Ricochet never installed this plate onto a '06 TTR 125!! In the end, I had a nice fitting skid plate! Ha, piece of cake...... Believe it or not, I would recommend this skid plate even after everything I went through.Read All Reviews