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  • MOOSE

Posted May 04, 2001 - 02:30 PM

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I see a few of you frequent Moab. I made my second trip there last weekend and I got my first Moab scabs. Man, that rock hurts! Especially when there is a crowd there to watch and take pictures.

Anyway, I am impressed with he XR 650's ability to take the pounding of those rocks. My questions are: Is the Summers fork brace necessary? Is adding weight a problem to the front end? I'm ordering the Scotts dampener to kind of soften some of the thrashing and just wonder how much the 650 can take :)

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  • Keyser_Zoze

Posted May 11, 2001 - 05:55 PM

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Originally posted by MOOSE:
I see a few of you frequent Moab. I made my second trip there last weekend and I got my first Moab scabs. Man, that rock hurts! Especially when there is a crowd there to watch and take pictures.

Anyway, I am impressed with he XR 650's ability to take the pounding of those rocks. My questions are: Is the Summers fork brace necessary? Is adding weight a problem to the front end? I'm ordering the Scotts dampener to kind of soften some of the thrashing and just wonder how much the 650 can take :)

[This message has been edited by MOOSE (edited 05-04-2001).]







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