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post #1 of 23 Old 04-30-2012, 11:45 PM Thread Starter
 
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wink Spindle mount wheels and shaws!!

In the quest to drop weight and improve setup for hillshooting/drag racing we made a few upgrades

Direct Drive 10x4 spindle mount wheels
21in smoothies
Modified knuckle /spindle
Marvin Shaw shocks




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Looks pretty sweet. I will have to check it out when i come by to get those springs.

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Looks nice. But I doubt I'd ever do anything like that. Makes the quad too limited as to what you can do with it. I take it you decided you didn't need front brakes?

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Front brakes are unnecessary for Dune riding really and not at all for drag racing ... at least for me... once your used to using rear only on drag bikes u dont even grab for the fronts anymore


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whats the weight difference?

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Bike looks good I like those front wheels. Shaws look good too

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i forgot ot weigh them but id say 25 lbs savings ... maybe more

Just dropped the back 2 more inches... Slammed!!!


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frame height from ground is 7 inches


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I think mine is about 8 inches in the rear and 9 inches in the front so not much difference. It launches a lot better now too

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Thanks to Baxter for the rear lowering tips/pics!


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