What suspension is better for my Blaster

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  1. Kenny38

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    Ok cool!!!
     
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    Ok cool!!!
     
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    He has the prices listed
     
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    Stock Rim size. Not stock rims.they are bead lock rims
     
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    Are bead locks worth it?
     
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    Depends. The beads on most. Stock atv. Wheels Are hard to break down. Bead locks are good for racing,
     
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    How are they good for racing why do they do that helps?
     
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    You should be fine with the wheels you have
     
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    Is a trx450 rear suspension the same as a 400 ex suspension
     
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    I don't think so.no
     
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    Ok cool I was just wondering bc on eBay all of them are in nicer condition and about the same price
     
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    Get the 400ex. Buy the 2 little bushings drill bottom hole on shock.1/2 hr your up and running.
     
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    Ok what are the bushings can you send a link?
     
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    Get them at ken oconner racing they are on his website.they are made just for this shock swap.
     
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    What do you use for front shocks?
     
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    One more question how hard is it to change the clutch plates??
     
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    It's easy to change the clutch. You should get a manual its worth the money.disks are going to start with a fiber disk then a steel disk. And. Fiber...... And ends with a fiber disk.need to soak new disks in the oil you are running at least 24hrs.dont forget to tourqe pressure plate to specifications
     

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