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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-07-2003, 12:14 AM
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have they came out with widder front and rear finders, because the tires stick out further than the finders so once you go in mud or anything like that it all flings up on your legs and shoes, and i really don't care for that. any suggestions?? [img]images/graemlins/40BEER.gif[/img]
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 03-07-2003, 01:41 AM
 
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Re: predator fenders

tell me you are kidding. I have a 94 banshee and I have the front fenders cut off. The fenders dont help anyway...and they are a wind drag and vision obstructor while doing trail riding....
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cut fenders are awesome for jumping, help to see where your landing and how your doing in the air whether to much on angle or whatever
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But does it ever distract you at all? I was thinking about doing it to mine. My bro's 250r has cut plastic's. It's nice because you can sit on the front tire's when your sitting around bs'ing with each other. [img]images/graemlins/smirk.gif[/img]
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Re: predator fenders

I usually run my racecut Maer front plastic, but when it gets too muddy, I put on the stock full fenders again, because without some kind of fenders, the front tires throw so much mud on my goggles whenever I turn so I can't see where I'm going lol
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I was gonna just get all new plastic for my banshee. Probrably some race cut fenders. I'll just keep the old plastic likt you said for them situations. Will probrably look at what full bore has to offer too. Not sure on what color I want to make it. I know I like the clarke tanks alot better then the ims ones though.
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well fullbore = 500$ or more, so have fun, i mihgt be getting some orange fullbore from some guy with cash and a trade of my stock stuff...it looks sweet
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I want one of those big Clark desert tanks for my 250r, get tired of having to stop all the time to make sure I still have enough fuel to get back to the truck or home lol
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I'll have to take a new pic of my bro's built up r, has a big ims tank on it. Had to switch to renthals with a higher bend just to clear that thing. The clark's look better on every machine I've seen. They don't have that big goofy hump at the top. I'll have too look around and compare price's on the plastic ian. But a clarke tank is goind on for sure. And I can't wait for the test's on the new toomey tr6 pipes. Look's like there going to be pretty sweet. [img]images/graemlins/burnout.gif[/img]
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