You can get LSR LT/PEP LT and SS lines for 1649.99 from Rudy at DFR. Give him a call. (480) 664-9860........ He is a GREAT guy to deal with. Matter of fact, I ordered my set-up from him today. Tell him Trey sent you. Talk to ya later. TreyOriginally posted by CTYfzrider@Dec 26 2003, 11:06 PM
Burgard/TCS LT or LSR/TCS LT
am i the only one skeptical on the lt swingarm? the only real thing limiting rear shock travel is the shock itself. longer travel comes at a cost-lower ground clearend or a hole in you air box :blah . as for what suspension to get 1700, i assume you just want the front end? axis is pretty much out of the question-$1300 for lt fronts. pep zps are great at just under $900. tcs and elka are all good as well. for a arms-i would go with lsr.Originally posted by Dave@Dec 27 2003, 08:38 PM
The new Houser LT arms are very nice. I have been reading a lot about them and was checking out Duvalls at the Ironman. Houser has really stepped it up, and is making very impressive products. The ultimate setup would be to run their LT front arms, and then get their LT linkage for the rear!
Actually, Alaska has them at a $750 starting bid on ebay right now for all three TCS shocks. He said he is going to PEP is the only reason he is selling them. The buy it now is $1000.Originally posted by quad#11@Dec 27 2003, 06:58 AM
Go to the for sale section, Alaska Speed has all three TCS shocks (lt fronts and a rebuilt rear) for 1000. Then you can get a nice set of a arms for 700. That way you would take care of front and rear suspension.
I might be misunderstanding what your saying but that is what the long travel swingarm does is let you run a longer shockOriginally posted by Tainted Glory@Dec 27 2003, 04:50 PM
am i the only one skeptical on the lt swingarm? the only real thing limiting rear shock travel is the shock itself. longer travel comes at a cost-lower ground clearend or a hole in you air box