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rearsets, rearsets, rearsets...

I just came across these...now these are the poo!

http://item.mobileweb.ebay.ca/viewit...d=290883027887

Also found these as well...these are very, very nice set of rearsets. If I didn't have my Cycle Cats I would jump on either one as these are some serious units.

http://item.mobileweb.ebay.ca/viewit...d=390551228587


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LOL, you've got rearsets on the brain don't you nobody..!

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LOL, you've got rearsets on the brain don't you nobody..!
I don't know why?...



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Mori's are nice. Probably the only other brand I would buy besides Woodcraft (cheap) or Sato (not cheap). The robby moto ones just look kind of cheesy to me, and way too much money for some milled aluminum.




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I like the Robby's...not something everyone has I like that.



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Does anyone know where you can get simple HRC type rear sets? fully functional with no bling or multiple parts to fall off.
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These are about as basic as you can get...

I've used them and they are by far the best basic rearset out there.

http://item.mobileweb.ebay.ca/viewit...d=271167153770



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Like the plates but not the pegs. Thanks
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Meh...they aren't gold so.....I pass.



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Tyga sells some simple ones, but if you are north of 200lbs, I've heard they flex some.




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