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post #1 of 30 Old 08-02-2012, 06:34 PM Thread Starter
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why is this forum dead ???

I mean no one ever replys to posts or anything. They must just sit there looking at a screen.You could post something a week ago and no one answers or gives you input.
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I'm new here, but I know its definitely not as exciting as the Raptor forums. I am doing fairly well with responses to my posts. I would love to see lots more people involved too though. If you stick around it will help as much as the next person. I am trying to get a couple of friends to make the switch and get a XX. Then they could join in.

One of the things that I feel hurts forums is when long term members bash on newbies for asking questions that have been covered many times in the past. Give them links or a helpful response or move along. I haven't seen this here luckily.
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its pretty easy to tell someone that its already been covered nicely but it oftenly isn't that way
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The biggest problem I think is that there is just not enough people with these quads as they were only built for 2 years. The Raptors have a much larger following and many more units have been sold over the years building a much larger user base for a forum. The 400ex forum I was on was always pretty active as well. http://www.exriders.com/ All though their 700xx forum is dead there as well.

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The ole 400ex! Great all around good for anybody quad.
I agree with Ba9801 that there just aren't as many XX's out there. More reason for us to come together in support!
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im still waiting for responsed to my post if i should get fox podium rear shocks or get the houser desert a arms
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im still waiting for responsed to my post if i should get fox podium rear shocks or get the houser desert a arms
I read that thread and couldn't tell you which to go with. I can tell you this though, I was confused by what your asking.

Is the question rather to get only front A-arms or only rear Podium X shocks? If so, why do you feel you need different A-arms? Arms are arms to a point. The shocks would be more of a noticable improvement.
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i dont know which to get there both around the same price of $1200 :/
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The arms are only $925. FYI you can get quality arms for less than that.
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i know that but i would get thr tric trac for $250 on that if its even available
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