Triple clamp and Steering Damper
Posted October 12, 2001 - 06:28 PM
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Posted October 22, 2001 - 11:00 PM
I got the GPR a few weeks ago for my WR250F. They have totally changed the dampening characteristics of these units so a lot of what you may read about the GPR may be out of date. I also got the D1H triple clamp all from GPR -http://www.gpr-products.com. They are very helpful & will advise you appropriately. I am very happy with the set up I have using Protaper bars. It really does make a difference. I ride woods trails & single tracks. There are a lot of loose rocks & ruts out there looking to harass your front wheel stability. I set the damper to 3.5 & this works well for me.
Posted October 23, 2001 - 09:30 PM
Everything that Nev-WR said is what I was going to say. I have the same exact set up as he does and it works awesome. The customer service is top notch too. I have used Scott's for years until last year I switched to GPR & my vote goes to GPR.
Posted October 23, 2001 - 12:21 PM
every thinng those other guys said. GPR is the best. you can get the whole setup from BRPIT.com new top clamp bars and GPR for ~$590. this is what i got and love it could not be better
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Posted October 24, 2001 - 11:43 AM
I was sold on the GPR after I spent about an hour talking to Randy the owner of GPR. I had been having problems with my Scotts for about the last year and was tired of having it rebuilt. I could have bought a brand new one for what I spent on rebuilds. GPR has a lifetime warranty on their product and I see them out at all the races I go to. I can get it serviced and upgraded for free. Their customer service is definately top notch. I liked my Scotts for about 2 years thats when I started having problems. Scotts doesn't have the warranty on there product like GPR does. I don't want to bash Scotts, but I just had lots of trouble with mine & I had to keep spending more & more money to fix it.
Posted October 24, 2001 - 02:02 PM
Thanks for the info. Oh well, too late now. I've heard good things about scotts too. Doesn't seem like there is too much that can go wrong with it. Sounds like you had a defective unit and it probably would have behooved them to just replace it in order to keep your business. One dissatisfied customer does a lot of damage sometimes.
Posted October 25, 2001 - 01:13 AM
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Posted October 29, 2001 - 07:08 AM
E-mail me for more info.