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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-19-2002, 09:37 AM
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Raptor A-Arms

Hey all, it's been a long time but I have an actual question for the board. I am looking to buy either +2 +1 or +3 +1 a-arms for my raptor. I was just wanting to know if there is anywhere I can get a nice set for between $400 and $500. I really would like to have chrome, but that isn't really that important. I just want something that would work well for all around racing and trail riding. Any help will be appreciated! Thanks y'all.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 12-20-2002, 03:11 PM
 
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Re: Raptor A-Arms

Check out the Alba arms. They are just slightly more than your budget.

http://www.off-road.com/atv/projects...omp/index.html
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Re: Raptor A-Arms

saw that, looked good, were you able to use the stock shocks for awhile before upgrading those too? Also, did the GYT-R a-arm skid plates still fit??
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Re: Raptor A-Arms

Okay, those are nice a-arms. But... under suspension upgrades, they have a set of their older competition a-arms which are +2+1 fully adjustable units for only $399. Does anyone know what the main differences are in the products, or are they just a newer version? Hey, I mean, I can give up a little bit of performance for $150. It makes a little bit of sense don't you think? I did notice that the upper a-arms are shaped a little different, do you think that it will be a night and day difference between the two? Thanks for the info !
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