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Old 10-14-2008, 03:50 PM   #1
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I think more people should run these cages.
I called Bruce today after seeing a thread on S-life and they are going to upgrade my cage for free all I have to do is pay for shipping, they rock.
I also called to see if I had to make any cut's to my farrings, when i get them and they said just the one as if I were going to run sliders. Awsome. I cant wait to send my cage in and get a shiny one.
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that's awesome, what was it a recall or defect?
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Old 10-14-2008, 04:34 PM   #3
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that's awesome, what was it a recall or defect?
Not sure, The tube where the slider goes in was too thin and is upgraded to thicker tubing but they have a awsome waranty anyway, you break it they fix it or replace it. I dont know if you can beat that.
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man im getting me one them hoes are cleaannn ... better than si ?? i looks smaller that si also
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i went there fool ... im saying do they hold up as good as si and fi ?
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I know they are better than FI and on par with SI or better. I ran the FI and will never buy another one but I cant say anthing about SI because I never had one but SI looks very well designed, SI would have been my second choice.
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I was on the phone with them and they said the one for your bike comes with a brace where the third mounting point would go, or cross brace. Get one you wont regret it.
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I was on the phone with them and they said the one for your bike comes with a brace where the third mounting point would go, or cross brace. Get one you wont regret it.
i am bro ... im going to get it when i repaint my bike
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ya i might end up getting one later on for the f4i
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be ready to drop 325 or 345 + S&H, atleast you get what you pay for though.
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Event if I total my bike I will still have a cage,
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yea, all cage manufactures come with similar warranties atleast tyger, sick and FI. I know Ian warranties all of his cages.
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yea, all cage manufactures come with similar warranties atleast tyger, sick and FI. I know Ian warranties all of his cages.
FI, then why do you have to buy replacement parts for it? I think you are talking about something like agains manifact. defects.
He told me any thing short of getting hit by a train.
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Cages last a long time if you don't ever ride like me.
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Old 10-17-2008, 03:30 PM   #16
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Cages last a long time if you don't ever ride like me.
Your not the only one.

I am 3 down in the rear from stock and I use my bike to commute on.
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