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About ericksrt4

  • Birthday 01/04/1989

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    Bar end mirrors

    CRG is pricey but we'll worth the money
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    Rear stand recommendations?

    Ended up going with the trackside rear on Cyber Monday for $50. It's basically a chinese knock off of a pitbull. It does the job well enough and for $50 I can't complain. Whenever I get the discretionary funds I'll go big and get woodcraft or pitbull but the trackside should hold me over for awhile.
  3. So I have the harbor freight aluminum special and they worked with my r&g rear spool sliders until one of the sliders broke. I replaced them with TST wommet tech spool sliders but my stand is now too narrow to work with them. Any good options that won't break the bank?
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    The suspension hype - IT'S REAL!

    As a guy north of the 200# Mark I was always curious how much a suspension over haul could fix some of these issues. The nosedive at braking is terrible and I've about pulled an endo on a few emergency stops.
  5. Whats up! Got my 2015 fz07 last November just took me awhile to get on here. Also have a 2008 dodge caliber srt4 hence the user name. Only mods on the bike so far are a tail tidy/integrated tail light, woodcraft frame sliders and a tst rear spool slider. I'll post some pics once I can edit them to fit the 1.95mb limit. Anyways anyone else near me or in the south Georgia area or Florida panhandle?
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    Glad I found this thread. My bars appear to be slightly bent so I'm in the market for some new ones. Currently torn between the renthal lows and ultra lows. Mostly do a lot of commuting to work. Not a big track guy more of a go out and cruise the back country roads type of rider. I'm a shorter guy with average length arms so I'm worried the ultra lows will have me leaning to far forward and putting too much weight on my wrists. I like having a little more weight forward however, actually turned my stock bars up a little bit to kind of achieve that as it gave the feeling I had more stability in turns. I'm just worried about comfort over long distances. Any tips?

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