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WTB Rearsets

Hi, I'm in the market for some decent Rearsets. For more affordable price, But it seems like all the available ones for the RC ranges from $450-$600. So, in hope that someone out there might have one laying around that they don't no longer need or have spare or might know where to get it? I have budget of $300 for new or use ones..

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Tell you what I think I said it before...I have a friend with some rearsets I will stop by sometime this week and confirm. I think they are Vortex fixed rearsets. Give me a bit of time as he is a couple of cities away.
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I have a set of PP Industries rear sets that I'm not using. They are adjustable and are really nice quality if your intrested.
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Woodcraft have new fixed for $200-$250 for the bike.
http://www.woodcraft-cfm.com/cgi-bin...&category=HO07
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I bought these and like them. I am fan of the fixed position since they are stronger. Unfortunately I crash tested them as well, still held up well.

http://tyga-performance.com/site/pro...oducts_id=2219

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I bought these and like them. I am fan of the fixed position since they are stronger. Unfortunately I crash tested them as well, still held up well.

http://tyga-performance.com/site/pro...oducts_id=2219
+1 I have them too great rearset...just remember to loctite (blue) the fasteners or you will lose them, don't ask.

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I bought these and like them. I am fan of the fixed position since they are stronger. Unfortunately I crash tested them as well, still held up well.

http://tyga-performance.com/site/pro...oducts_id=2219
Is it possible to use and sp2 linkage on an sp1 to make these work.

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Is it possible to use and sp2 linkage on an sp1 to make these work.

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I'm not sure about that but I seem recall a thread about maybe a slight clearance issue with the SP1 swingarm?...JAM (justanadamexican) I think may have posted it...there were pics in the thread showing the slight interference issue.



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I think you need a spacer to make sure the right side with the rear brake master clears. few washers will do the trick.

I have a set of Silver Sato's I can let go for 320 shipped in the US
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I think you need a spacer to make sure the right side with the rear brake master clears. few washers will do the trick.

I have a set of Silver Sato's I can let go for 320 shipped in the US
That is a good price on the Sato's.

I just picked up some Silver Sato's not long ago. Can not go wrong with them.
I also got older Silver Sato clip on's to match




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