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post #171 of 176 Old 03-31-2014, 07:35 PM
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im 140 and 15
i wish i was 140, yet i just turned 16 march 4th and im 230...
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i wish i was 140, yet i just turned 16 march 4th and im 230...
nevertheless the 686 or the 730 will move you just as fast as you want to be on a quad imo,heck i only weigh a buckfifty and i am 30 yrs older than you!i wish i was 16 again!


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nevertheless the 686 or the 730 will move you just as fast as you want to be on a quad imo,heck i only weigh a buckfifty and i am 30 yrs older than you!i wish i was 16 again!
true. but i rather not wrestling in the 215-285 weight class, and the shocks are kinda/alotta soft for me even all the way hard
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the fronts were way soft for my skinny but and for you even worse the backs can be rebuilt for your application but the oem fronts scrap them non rebuildable and no dampening about the only thing that works on the fronts the spring and its weak////


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When I rode mine hard, I was around 220. Just have to learn how to make the suspension work for you. Remember, if you go fast enough, you won't feel any bumps or anything, hehe.

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true. but i rather not wrestling in the 215-285 weight class, and the shocks are kinda/alotta soft for me even all the way hard
My son started wrestling as a freshman in high school at 210 lbs. And football he always wanted to be a wide receiver. I lol, and told him but your built like a guard and if you wanna touch the ball be a center. And he was happy with that for awhile. By the time he started his senior year he cut so much weight in wrestling he was 140, and playing defensive linebacker, kicker, punter and some offensive end. Freshman year of wrestling he almost broke the school record on fastest pin of 3 secs. he wrestled up the other guy had 20 lbs on him. and he pined him in 5 seconds!!! Were so proud of him, right now he's 4 weeks away from being a Marine! He was accepted to OSU, but no scholarships due to the trouble Ohio State was in, so he chose the USMC.

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