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Ichoptop

my winter quad updates

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I've been wrenching on my quad since Im not really a fan of cold weather. Picked up a full front end from an old race buddy back east for next to nothing. Turns out they are Axis shocks rebuilt in August and OMI +2 arms. Just jumping on it in the garage you can tell its much more plush than the stockers. After a fight with the post office, they finally found my brake lines and I got it all put together on saturday.

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It was a tight fit but I fabbed some brackets and got it all to work together.

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Unfortunatly, my Blingstar front bumper that I loved had gotten so smashed in over the last 2 years (I hit trees) that the top would hit the rezzies so it is now a wall hanger and I picked up a new V bumper.

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