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post #1 of 18 Old 12-06-2009, 07:32 PM Thread Starter
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Has anyone tried Houser Racing front end. Want to know if it is as good as their you tube video claims.
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I think two dudes from this site has....they used it in some Baja Fresh race or something......
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you mean those two guys who share one machine all day long?

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you mean those two guys who share one machine all day long?


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Any ways I would not hesitate to buy products from Houser.

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I think two dudes from this site has....they used it in some Baja Fresh race or something......
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Want to know if it is as good as their you tube video claims.
Nope...it works better!

I even removed another manufacturers long travel arms from my personal quad and paid (yes I bought them!) for the new Houser arms because I liked them so much better.

They are worth every penny.


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need to ask them if they give site discounts.
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Nope...it works better!

I even removed another manufacturers long travel arms from my personal quad and paid (yes I bought them!) for the new Houser arms because I liked them so much better.

They are worth every penny.

in what ways/how are they better?
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in what ways/how are they better?
The quad steers and handles alot better. I can't explain why but it just does.

I also like all the adjustments the Houser arms provide and the easy setting they have for all those adjustments. It makes it easy changing settings and also making sure both sides match.

The bearings and seals are the best I've seen on any aftermarket arms and they are also the best fitting. Everyone I've installed fit perfectly. This was not the case with other arms.


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I'll back JC ,saving up BIG time for this setup. Houser does not produce crap. Here in the UK this setup will cost me roughly 1700 with Elkas.
Us little guys don't get the discount. Yes I do XC , But this will match the rear end on 10" rims.

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