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Old 06-24-2008, 09:17 AM   #21
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Yes they will fit. They fit nice, too. Just nothing under a 100cc 4 stroke or a 80cc two stroke. Anything under that size needs mini bike handguards.
Awesome.
Thank you so much for the link and your help.
This really helps.
I'll go ahead and order those and report about them later.

Now I pronounce you are my official dirt help.
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Old 06-24-2008, 09:29 AM   #22
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One more question.
What size crossbar pad should I get?
Is it 8 or 10"?
Thank you!

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Old 06-24-2008, 11:18 PM   #23
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Get a set of handguards. Metal, not plastic. You will save money on levers in the long run. You may as well start looking out for different sprockets, depending on what you plan on doing with the bike. Also, you will probably run 17x3.5 front and rear. 120/70-17's on front and rear as well, with the rear tire turned backwards. What's the outlook for the bike? Parking lot fun, kart tracks, tmgp (maybe too big?) ?
I'd like to make it to TMGP... and the 17 seems to be a good way to go for...
Thanks for the tip on the handguard... will do definetively
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Old 06-24-2008, 11:22 PM   #24
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One more question.
What size crossbar pad should I get?
Is it 8 or 10"?
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No worries... as long as you explain what is the crossbar pad...
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Old 06-24-2008, 11:24 PM   #25
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You already have one.
It's the pad in the middle of your handle bar.
It's thiner part of the bar, so it's good to protect it with thick pad.
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Another question... where can I find the different sproket?? Well, as I said, I want to run it on TMGP... wish wish wish, that's all i've for now...
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I measured the bar and it seems like 10 1/2".
I ordered hand guards and bar pad.
Now I need a set of dirt tires, ice tires, helmet, boots, gloves....
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You already have one.
It's the pad in the middle of your handle bar.
It's thiner part of the bar, so it's good to protect it with thick pad.
WOW... and i thought that was to protect you from hitting your head against the handlebar... my ignorance has no shame
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WOW... and i thought that was to protect you from hitting your head against the handlebar... my ignorance has no shame
That, too.
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and i've smacked my chest on the bars after I cased a double, i'm glad the pad was there cuz I probably would have broken something up there if not.

good luck on the project, let someone know if you need any help...I'll be the test pilot at katy if you would like!

sprockets should be easy to comeby locally, but you could also order them online...it shouldn't be too strange a gearing where you'd have to have them custom made.
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