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  1. StrokedTater244

    StrokedTater244 DriveDeterminationDesire

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    thank you...............
     
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    Looking great you fabbing fool!!!!lol The relocated shock mounts look great.
     
  3. StrokedTater244

    StrokedTater244 DriveDeterminationDesire

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    thanks bro................... I:I
     
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    u guys would be better off have hreatv.com build you any lenght over a-arms. u get 14 or 16mm ball joins then and thick as chromolly arms....just my option its only little more for way better quality
     
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    doubtful they make better a-arms than laeger or lonestar.
     
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    little more than 200 bucks? i'm gonna guess that if he uses good ball joints or heims that it'll be 500-600 for a set of those
     
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    given the prices for what the parts for other bikes are, they will be well over 2x as expensive as what tater is getting to extend stockers.


    i'm not saying that your guy doesn't do good work or that they're not worth what he gets for them. i'm just saying its a different market, these are going to be used by more casual, budget minded guys, where those a arms are going to appeal to someone who has the extra coin to drop on those parts. both have their places in the overall market, if they didn't all that would be available to purchase are sets of 800 dollar long travel pieces.
     
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    agreed. I:I

    plus tater is a forum guy making parts for us, i, personally would like to help "one of our own" by buying stuff from him, and we always know where to contact him easily!
     
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    i've never ran across this thread, were the hell have i been?!?!?! i think you fab work looks great and sounds like you know the in's and out's of making stuff strong, your frame rocks, if full drag was my thing i'd get one for sure, then again your a-arms are my thing and i'm in the market right now, when i scrap some cash togather i'll let ya know, and yes i'd rather help out someone who supports this forum than another race shop with a-arm jigs who wants to charge who knows what to someone who isn't local or doesn't do a bunch of business there, been down that road with sleds and pwc now i know better, good for you tater, i'll be in touch
     
  10. StrokedTater244

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    thanks man.. get at me when your ready! I:I
     
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    Those look so nice man way better than stock, best fab work I've ever seen!
     
  12. StrokedTater244

    StrokedTater244 DriveDeterminationDesire

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    thanks! i have had nothing but great ride reports and feedback on them!

    I:I
     
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    tater you able to extend lt250r arms??
     
  14. StrokedTater244

    StrokedTater244 DriveDeterminationDesire

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    i have had a few LT's over the years..they would be doable.
     
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    that would be great if you could, seeing anyone that knows lt250 stuff knows extended arms are a pain to come by, and when you do there not always cheap...

    i dont mx so just straight up extended no +1 forward needed unless it would have to be done to work right
     
  16. StrokedTater244

    StrokedTater244 DriveDeterminationDesire

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    thats cool man.. hit me up whenever you are ready..just keep in mind i extend the tie rods as well. sometimes people forget that.

    also i can relocate the shock mount to use virtually any shocks you want..i have a chart with all shock lengths so no guesswork is needed..shoot me a PM if you need to know anything.
     
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    @StrokedTater244 are you still around?? New to the Blaster world and found this thread...
     
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    Me thinks you’re doing a little grave digging :eek: clic on his name you can find out when he was last on here. You could try sending him a P.M.
     
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    Maybe a little;)
     
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    Maybe a little;)
     

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