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post #1 of 8 Old 06-14-2010, 06:19 PM Thread Starter
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Wondering if i could get the blue fenders for my Tcat? Would make it stand out in a crowd!

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You should be able to order them, it would probably be a little expensive though. That is IMO the sharpest color to date! It would definately stand out.

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yeah you could get the blue painted plastics for it, you would have to buy them for the 700 s but they would fit right on the T-Cat, you could also get the 2010 black T-Cat graphix to go on it as well and they might not look bad on the blue being they are black and grey. I would get some silver coil springs though to go with it otherwise the green will look goofy with a blue body, silver a arm guards might look ok, but I would get the black ones.

Otherwise it would just be cheaper to have your current plastics painted and that way you will get a much much shinier paint job and it will be a LOT more durable then factory, I would just have your current ones painted blue if I were you, then you could even candy coat them or do something really unique with your blue to make it stand out, or you could get them to look exactly like oem to, either way if you have them painted it will be much more durable, it will be a lot cheaper and a better quality paint job witch will make it look beter.


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That new blue is sweet. I was thinking white with scallops in that color of blue. I had to buy a rear plastic fender set for a painted Steel Blue Cat a few years back and it was about $350.

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I think I've got one of the only 550's around with the blue. The 550 didn't come in blue but I liked it a lot and asked the dealer to swap the original with the blue off a 700 when I bought it.
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (knarf7777 @ Jun 15 2010, 03:18 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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I think I've got one of the only 550's around with the blue. The 550 didn't come in blue but I liked it a lot and asked the dealer to swap the original with the blue off a 700 when I bought it.[/b]

Looks like you have the old "gunmedal" blue....The new painted blue is really brite and comes on the PS models.

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I believe this is the color he is talking about
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I think this is the blue he is talking about. My wife loves her new TRV 550 S. This picture is taken on Devil's Race Track in the San Rafael Swell in Utah. A year ago she had an accident about 16 miles from here and broke her left shoulder. One year later she is excited to be back riding on her own thanks to the power steering. This was an 80 mile day and she had no pain in the shoulder. My next one will definitely be with power steering.
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