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Something from MTI arrived today! ;) Exercise equipment Bench Gym Room Bumper
Exercise equipment Bench Room Bumper Gym
Bumper Bicycle part Auto part Suspension Bicycle fork

These suckers are beefy!!!
Thanks Nick. ;)
 

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i thought mti wasnt around any more???...what did it cost you jimmy ive been wanting them for 3 years now...i did start an adventure with b&j to build me some but they never finished them
 

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It cost about $730 Canadian by the time I picked them up, $89 in GST and handling fees.
 

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youch.....look awesome tho
 

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I wish I had of bought ball joints on the way home from TO today. I thought about it but didn't do it.
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lol i know the feeling...wish it would warm up so i can work on my build
 

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Well I got the back end together, now I'm just waiting on ball joints.
As I'm going I'm installing my steer light bushing kit from ricktherocket. Vehicle Auto part Tire Automotive tire Automotive exterior
I'm quite happy so far Rick, very precise fitting! ;)
Tire Automotive tire Auto part Vehicle Wheel
Tire Automotive tire Vehicle Auto part Suspension
Vehicle Auto part

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You'll love them, I love mine from Nick!! Their big and beefy and well made IMO!! I got the rear uppers as well....Congratulations
 

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Thanks, I told Nick that I can't wait to beat on them some!! ;)
 

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Whats the difference on the uppers?....other then the fronts having a lift built in im guessing.

Love it i just wish i could run my track brackets with them and id buy them but i cant :(
 

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I can't truely answer for the top ones, I only know of one complete set on here and they're on that tribute bike for the American troops. I'm sorry I don't remember his name but he did that 4 wheel smokey burnout video.
 

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Whats the difference on the uppers?....other then the fronts having a lift built in im guessing.

There is something different with the rear upper control arms/frame on a TRV verses the single seaters. My rear upper control arms stock was hitting the boots on the 2011 12 mud pro axles with a 2" lift. I had to get the arched rear upper a arms to clear the boots. Front upper arms are stock and the only "original" A Arms on it. Nick knew right away when I was explaining what was going on as he also has a TRV.
 
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Front and back complete now with new ball joints and brakes. Land vehicle Vehicle Tire Automotive tire All-terrain vehicle

Land vehicle Vehicle Tire Automotive tire All-terrain vehicle

Tire Automotive tire Automotive exterior Bumper Vehicle

Vehicle Car Suspension Auto part Automotive exterior

Land vehicle Vehicle Tractor Automotive tire All-terrain vehicle

I hope to get it outside for some better picks soon.
 

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My wife's MudPro is still bigger! :mad:
Lmao.
 

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those terms must measure short
 

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No air in them, that's the difference.
 

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And it looks like the MudPro spring/shock combo is more than my spring/shock/lift combo.
A person learns a lot when there are 2 side by side to compare.
 

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Nice looking bikes..
 
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