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Anbody tried these Shock and Vibe bar mounts?

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Would like to try these Shock and vibe bar mounts on my ATV but looking for feeback on them. They are made by Precision Racing Products and apparently are awesome for racing and riding. I have a YZF 450 and all I would need are different mounting posts from the company and they would work

They normally retail at $229 but this looks like a great deal:

Yamaha YZ450F Precision Shock AND Vibe Mounts Will FIT Many ATV Quads TOO YZF | eBay

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i tried searching some threads here for shock mounts but wasnt successful, but i do know the guys that got them were happy with them, they make a world of difference ...

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