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Project RZR Ricochet Offroad Armor Review

Discussion in 'Project RZR Reviews' started by bluesmanjesse, Nov 29, 2012.

  1. bluesmanjesse

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    Great review Jesse :c017:
     
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    Good review!
     
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    Thanks guys, it's been fun testing the limits of the skids, I haven't found the limit yet!
     
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    great review Jesse! and having ridden with you, i know they'll suffer the worst the trail can throw at them! LOL
     
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    nice wright up on them they r a great product!!!
     
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    So I decided to crank down the front shock preload for our ride at Haspin yesterday, bad idea!!! I'm so glad the Ricochets were on there, I bounced off every rock and tree root in the 900 acre park I think! This has also led me to believe an upgrade over the sagging factory springs is in order soon.
     
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    Great write up Jesse that is how I felt down at Hatfield I had my shocks at the lowest setting! Live and learn!
     
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    You said it Greg, no wonder you lagged back a few times, you were probably stopping to pick up the fillings as they rattled out of your teeth,lol.
     
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    You got that right a few places beat the piss out of me! I now carry the adjuster in the Rzr.
     
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    I set my spring load up two notches as soon as I got it. I have a two inch lift to put on now, and I will do the shock/spring replacement when one is available I will have to live with the stock skid since I drop it every time I ride to clean underneath.

     
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