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bykas

Oregon Dune Woop Trails

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Hey there! I just saw your video and was curious; what are "shock bars"? I rode a quad at Winchester bay last weekend and I was surprised at how the handlebars shake on rough sand. The shock bars sound good though.

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Hey there! I just saw your video and was curious; what are "shock bars"? I rode a quad at Winchester bay last weekend and I was surprised at how the handlebars shake on rough sand. The shock bars sound good though.

Shock Bars consist of three parts, the center section with cross bar and two grip ends. They are joined together with two polyurethane bushings assemblies which allow the grip ends to articulate up, down, forwards, backwards, side to side. Takes up all the vibration and shock out of the bars. They are totally adjustable to your ride preference. Unbelievable ride you'll never go back to solid bars.

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