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what is the advantage to having an aftermarket steering stem vice buying an OEM stem? I bent mine in a roll i took on my first ride in cali. everything works fine, but I'll need to replace it eventually. In talking with friends, most recommend buying an aftermarket stem....but y?
Well, when I took my quad for it's first ride in cali out ro Ballinger Canyon, I happened to get on a trail that I was too much of a pussy for, cause I didn't know what was on the other side of the hills. Ended up stopping short on one hill, started sliding back, slid crooked, the wheels caught. I went one way, and Shiela rolled once and landed back on her wheels. The problem is that during the roll, she landed on the handlebars and bent the steering column. I have already called the dealership that I bought my quad from, they want 208.99 for it. and I found a website, Arctic Cat,Polaris,Suzuki,Kawasaki,Honda,Yamaha,Sea-doo,Can-Am dealer Muskegon, Michigan, that has it for 170.99. My question is, does anyone know where I can get a cheaper one. I think it's borderline outragious that I have to pay that much for a foot and a half long piece of steel. btw, that's another thing that still trips me out....the ALUMINUM handlebars are perfect after the roll, yet the STEEL steering column wasnt....WTH! lol
New for 2009, Can am offers 3 different packages for the DS450. They have the stock version, they have a MX version with wide travel and then they have a XC package. 2009 Can-Am DS 450 Race Ready ATV's - DS450X MX, XC, and DS 450 Base Model