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hey guys what do you know about these a arms i dont know much about leager...i know they are out of busniness and know about the business but i dont know anything about thses a arms.. i found a nice used set and i was wondering what you guys thought of them...they come with spindels i guess they have t spindels or something like i said i dont really know anyting about these a arms but would like any imput you guys have...thanks


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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-30-2009, 02:21 AM
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They are probably the best front end you can buy....you cannot find any that are smoother than these....I think they used to sell for like $1500+ for the whole set....so if you can get them for cheaper than that....they'd be a good deal!

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Laeger Pro-Trax T-Pin front end is the best of the best. I had a set on my 250R. Super Smooth, Super Durable, Super Expensive!

If you can get a good deal on them, do it!

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I got to sit on a 400ex that had those arms and floats and it felt and looked really sick..... prolly the only laeger arms i would buy cuz JD Performance exists

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ic i can get a set for 750 used but the PC is still good and they look in great shape but idk...hard to find parts for them isnt it..like bearings and so on..


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ic i can get a set for 750 used but the PC is still good and they look in great shape but idk...hard to find parts for them isnt it..like bearings and so on..[/b]
Thats what i would think.... they r out of biz so parts r gonna be hard to come across.

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lol...oh do you lol...that sucks lol..hope its not swine flu lol jk anyways...ya i like JD's stuff just dont like they way they look...like they are straight looking...like how roll design are golwing and so on...but ya idk...most a arms are straight...lol....i think im losing it and have swine flu..lol


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lol...oh do you lol...that sucks lol..hope its not swine flu lol jk anyways...ya i like JD's stuff just dont like they way they look...like they are straight looking...like how roll design are golwing and so on...but ya idk...most a arms are straight...lol....i think im losing it and have swine flu..lol[/b]
i hope its not swine flu haha


JD Performance now offers MGC arms which are gullwing arms and i believe they are 50 bucks more an arm

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really i havent seen those yet...i would like to see them though...are they on his website...


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If you can uy those for 750 I would jump on it! You will be hard pressed to ever wear those out, if you do I think I know the right people to find you bearings and such


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really i havent seen those yet...i would like to see them though...are they on his website...[/b]
http://www.moddedraptor.com/community/rapt...700-mgc-lt.html

He hasnt put pics on his website yet tho

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Pro Trax front ends are supposed to be sick

If you can get the deal on them go for it, but I personally would go with the JB a-arms
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JB makes a great product but that pro traxx front end is absolutely the best front end on the market period>


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That's what I have on my bike and it is sick. Especially with Axis shocks. I gave $1250 for shocks and A-arms used.

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ic i can get a set for 750 used but the PC is still good and they look in great shape but idk...hard to find parts for them isnt it..like bearings and so on..[/b]
All suspension companies use hardware and heims amd bsuhings that are readily available to the public....they will design and build the arms and throw on some easily accessible heims and hardware and such usually. I would say get them and adapt other off the shelf hardware needed to get it right. Plus You will find out what works with your setup and how to fix it and get parts for it. <y buddy has these arms and hubs on ghis yfz 450 and it handles flawless!!! I would not ask for anything better. If yu work on you stuff or am surrounded by a partially mechanically tallented person then you can make these work for you very easily

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