BUNK... my friends kids who race, (these kids do doubles and some triples, mind ya) run these and have had zero issues with 'em.captnkllm said:I have nothing but bad about them. Very dangerous and have a tendancy to break.. Thats what i have read about them
Where's the pics at?Diehappy said:I have them on the rear only. They are the solid type made from Alu. The bike they are on in used for long distance, high speed desert racing. If I can nail a large rock at 60+ mph and not break it, you should be fine. As for what they do... I have a total of 6in on the rear and 4in on the front (with a arms, not spacers) and I can slide all day without even think of rolling. Just a tip, if you are geting them and you are paying less then $85, they are junk!
Thanks just bought them.... now I have an excuse to cut my fenders :grin_nod:SandDragon said:I do use them at the dunes, I would say the sand is choppy at best. It is usually pretty rough. Like I said, I was very skeptical at first, but I took the gamble and I'm pleased with them. The ones I have are from e-bay in a buy it now auction. the descrition shows a dark almost black metallic spacer... they are just plain galvanized in color. Otherwise they are exactly as described and the place shipped them right away. I'll throw up a link.... well heres the item # anyway.
Looks like they raised the price $1 since august. hahahahaha :lol:
Yea but we need some before and after pics!evlls1 said:yeah i've got those durablue type.. might have them on later tonight... no rush wont be riding this weekend i dont think
SEVEN00 said:BUNK... my friends kids who race, (these kids do doubles and some triples, mind ya) run these and have had zero issues with 'em.captnkllm said:I have nothing but bad about them. Very dangerous and have a tendancy to break.. Thats what i have read about them
I had a set on my 98 Warrior with, zero issues.
As long as you get the solid brite aluminum type, you sould be good to go!
I haven't had any experience with the stud type, so I will not offer and assumptions for these.