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A good source for some online gear is New Enough motorcycle leathers. About 2 years ago they launched New Enough MX and have some selected gear. Decent Prices, but EXCELLENT customer service.

[link="http://www.newenoughmx.com/index3.htm]New Enough MX Gear[/link]

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I normally buy everything from Rocky Mountain. They are awesome, and they ship out stuff fast. All my products normally get to my house the next day. Also I think they are the best to deal with if you have to return anything. They work with you and are super friendly!

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Anyone ever use Dennis Kirk?

Yeah,,,,I just got a set of Progressive Springs for my ATC and something else I cant remember.....LOL....they have always been Real Fast at the Shipping and I think Priced competitively....I have also used some of the above mentioned places.

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I got a Kolpin rack back from them a while ago, and from what I remember the price was good and shipping was fast.

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