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post #1 of 12 Old 06-07-2004, 10:16 PM Thread Starter
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Online Quad parts.

Yet another Toy has found it's way into my Garage. It's another Zook too. :roll: It's a 230 Quad Sport to help me brake my neck faster for Norm.

Anyhow. It needs the basics, Brake pads, Master cly's rebuilt, Linkage, rear plastic, ect.
Anyone got a good online dealer for Quad parts?

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post #2 of 12 Old 06-08-2004, 08:24 AM
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Rockymountainatv.com is a place to start BZ. They have a decent supply of stuff, prices are okay. I thought Ron Ayers carrys parts for quads as well, not sure ???

http://www.rockymountainmc.com/home.asp?sid=0002031116
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Should I start up a forum for off road vehicles, quads, dirt bike, sand rails etc.

Do you think the members would like that?

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absoutly dale yes 8) 8)

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I bought all my quad parts from bikebandit.com

I got a list of demands written on the palm of my hand...
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Should I start up a forum for off road vehicles, quads, dirt bike, sand rails etc.

Do you think the members would like that?
Cool idea Easy 8)
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Should I start up a forum for off road vehicles, quads, dirt bike, sand rails etc.

Do you think the members would like that?
Sure, why not? If we can have a Hostile Sex Personal Attack forum... ANYTHING else should be 'easy'. :wink: J/K

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BTW BZ, my kids have a LT160. The oldest says she can whip you and wants to line 'em up. She figures the weight advantage will offset the displacment advantage :shock:
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BTW BZ, my kids have a LT160. The oldest says she can whip you and wants to line 'em up. She figures the weight advantage will offset the displacment advantage :shock:


Actually this thing has alot of work done to it. Not 100% sure whats done inside the engine. Bought it from an Angry X-Wife of the previous owner. But it has a full pipe, Jet kit, and lower gearing. I had a LT250-Sport a few years back. And this 86' LT230S Would kill it. Pulls the front up in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd like a Racer.

Tell her i said She's goin down!

Thanks for the links Scott & B1 didnt get a chance to check em out yet. But i will later.

Thumbs up on the Offroad Forum Easy.
I'm sure many members spend alot of time in the mud and snow. I'm big on snowmobiling, Have a YZ-250 and now a Quad. I'll have a 350X ATC as soon as i find one for a reasonable price.
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There are lots of website available over internet which provides you better quality parts for your Quad and ATV bikes. So try to find such kind of qaud part from search engines properly and I am sure that you get effective sites.
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