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Can I fix these nerfs?


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Well..got these nerfs for free with my bike so Id rather be able to fix these stupid nets than to buy new ones. The nets dont go under the shifter..every other nerf bars ive seen in person have..only these dont and i hate my foot being open when shifting. Its the same on both sides. Heres a pic


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That is how mine are. I have AC Racing nerfs they are just like that. If the net went completely under the shifter you would have to sag the net to be able to get your foot under it. With the net sagging down you stand a chance of snagging it on a rock of log. I would like to see a picture of some that go completely under. Not questioning you, just never seen it.

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My friends yfz has gytr ones that sag and go under the shifter ..and yfzs are lower and hes never snagged anything..My friends ltr has ac pro pegs that go completely to the frame..and ltrs sit low and hes never sagged anything..Lemme find you a pic.

eBay Motors: YAMAHA RAPTOR 660 NERF BARS 01-08 RAPTOR ATV NERFBARS (item 360065572154 end time Jul-27-08 10:36:37 PDT)



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i LOVE my nerfs, they've saved my life..but sometimes they do cause some problems...like that one race i somehow fell off to the side and got my leg stuck between the nerf and the tire and then got ran over......that hurt....but i guess thats what they make the heel guards for....

every now and then you'll snag something in the woods, but not too often for me not to want to use them. I'd never race without them.

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heres one way of looking at it, about 2 years ago i was in a quad crash and the only thing that saved my left foot from being tour off was the nerf bar because my foot peg was bent back and tuching the frame and my foot was fine, the nerf bar was bent down and back so it saved my foot from going ripped off. so i would run with them:yes:

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heres one way of looking at it, about 2 years ago i was in a quad crash and the only thing that saved my left foot from being tour off was the nerf bar because my foot peg was bent back and tuching the frame and my foot was fine, the nerf bar was bent down and back so it saved my foot from going ripped off. so i would run with them:yes:

wowzers. kinda like what happened with me. i feel for ya fella.:confused::aargh::yes:

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