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post #1 of 7 Old 07-01-2009, 08:34 PM Thread Starter
 
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Been looking at my 450r Lonestar stem to fit my T-ReX and it will fit, the T-ReX stem is only 10mm longer than a stock 450r stem . So a + 2" is 40mm longer than the standard stem . Trying my theary out this weekend.
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Let me know if it fits ok, I thought the 700 stem was thicker than a 450 because I had trouble with the damper.
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I use Elka system 3's on my 450's, I managed to get one to fit with a bit of minor alteration.
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The T-ReX uses the bush and bearings as a 450r so it shoud fit.
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OK , It did not fit . The steering stops on the stem only contact the frame stops by about 1mm, so one good bump and forklift steering.Another thing is that the tie rod plate is too high so anything above 9" of travel on full lock ,the ball joint hits the rear top a-arm pivot. In my opinion ,Just save up for a proper stem that was built for the T-ReX
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Also a quick note is the Lonestar stem chassis clamp for a 450r will fit and look cool for you blingers on the dunes.

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