Put on a set of Cycra rebound hand guards .Went on very easy not bad deal on Moto got them on sale last week 65$
These are the first pair I have used so ill let you know if i like them one trail i ride is super narrow so itll keep my hands from being whipped by weeds, but I guess thats what my gloves are for lolWas never a fan of those. I dont like the feeling of my hands beeing coverd like that. The stickers on your bike look nice
Love the lights im thinking of getting a small light bar across the front . I never heard of thise vines thats insane to be able to stop a quad !! I replaced my caliper with a oem off of a Mojave i got it on ebay for a good price 50$ If ur brake pads wear down the parking brake usally needs to be adjusted you can also loosen the two nuts on parking brake handle and spin out on the cable a few turns you will feel the handle getting tighter then tight the lock nuts back and ur parking break should start working or if u replace the brake pads ur parking break will properly start working as they wear down parking brake gets less and lessMy only mods on my Lakota are the running lights. (LOVE them!) I got the Nilight 18W HighE and wired them to replace my high beams. They are excellent.
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About to replace the rear brake caliper (bad parking brake) and then I have to tackle the clutch. I'll post when I get those done.
They break often even OEM i agree 100% if i see one ill let u know im always on ebay lolTJ,
The mechanism on the caliper is dead. The foot pedal works great, and the pads are perfect. It's just that part that the cable actuates. Something is wrong with it inside. Several others say that part breaks often. I'm not thrilled with aftermarket, but couldn't find a new or even used one for anywhere near the price. Once I do the swap, I'll probably play with the factory one to see if I can figure out where the failure is.
Greenbriar is no fun to run into. Be glad if none is in your area!
If it had a front rack, I would have installed an awesome light bar like on my Prairie, also by Nilight. But I didn't see a great way to mount one that didn't involve drilling, so I went with the separate ones. I guess you could somehow mount it to the "deer guard" bumper you have in the front of yours. Will be interested in seeing how you do that.Love the lights. I'm thinking of getting a small light bar across the front.
I saw some very nice led lights in Harbor Freight yesterday and they sell a wiring harness with them as well very good prices Im so tempted to get them they have a small bar that would fit on the front of Lakotta right under the headlightWow, you are strong to not get sucked into next-day shipping!
But I have to say, that is a nice site. Looks like some high-quality gear for just a little more.
Great web site have you ordered from them ever?Infinite offroad has some nice stuff I have the brake light on my brute force. I dont support amazon only time I go on amazon is to read reviews. Ebay is great to
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Yea I have the break light for my brute force its awesome dude check it out. They have nice stuff.Great web site have you ordered from them ever?