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Heads up for anyone looking for skid plates - like i was...

Utah Sport Cycle (i.e. DH Gibbs, the manufacturer of Ricochet, i think - correct me if i am wrong) has the older style Ricochet skids for the Rincon at half price. The difference, i was told, between the older and the newer style is 1/32" in thickness. The new being 3/16" and the old 5/32"

$99.95 for the full body skid and $99.95 for both the front and rear A-arms

http://www.utahsportcycle.com/ricoFS.htm

click on "Discount Items" in the lower left.
 

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You can get the front/rear A-arm ones for the same price normally through Rocky Mountain ATV. That's what I got 'me for before returning them in disgust at the poor quality and razor-sharp edges that sliced up my hands and fingers. I ended up with PRMs instead.

Rob
 

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I looked at the PRM's too... Granted, they look like a better product and thats what i would like to have... but at nearly 3 times the price for the set, i thought i would give these a shot...
 
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