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Finally getting an LTR

Ok so I have been on here for a while and will probably go ahead and pull the trigger and get an ltr450. Here is a link to the one I am looking at . I know the $20k they said that is in the quad is a fictitious number. There is no way 20k is in it. It appears to be in good condition. He said the top and bot was rebuilt 2 years ago. He said I can have someone do a leak down test or whatever it is called to make sure it is good.

They do not know if the shift pin relocator is done. Is there anything else I should ask about or look for?

By the way is rossier a good exhaust for the ltr?

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Oversized push rods?

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Oversized push rods?
Tie Rods,

LSR +2 +1 a arms
Long travel Fox Podium rear shock
+1 rear swing arm
LSR extended axle

Do you really want this thing longer and wider that stock? A lot of things to iron out before I would put my money down. JM.02

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Thanks for the heads up. And no I wouldn't want one that's wider than a stock LTR period however after doing research it doesn't even appear that Lonestar make a +2 a arm for the LTR. I also didn't even see the extended axle on their website. With that being said I think when people start making up stuff there could be other stuff they're hiding so I'm going to pass on it.

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Looks for me to be the original ltr swingarm,but it looks a lil longer from the side.For me the ltr is in to bad condition......i like it tipytopy:-)
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