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Author Topic: LTR A Arms,shocks,spindles,hubs,brakes...ect on the LT  (Read 397 times)

Offline ltrider907

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LTR A Arms,shocks,spindles,hubs,brakes...ect on the LT
« on: March 27, 2017, 09:03:36 pm »
Just wondering if with fab work measurements from a LTR and time I could make this work? Would it be beneficial? I am gonna be using the LT for MX Racing and a little playing around on the trails with my mates. What do you think? Just here for the advice not set on what I wanna do yet...

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I have an 87 LT-500 that I converted over to stock LTR A-arms, shocks, spindles, brakes & front geometry. I built it as a dune / desert cruiser. It rides / handles a lot better than it did when it was stock. The cool thing is that I can always get upgraded LTR parts next for this if I ever feel the need. Now in my opinion, the 500 has way better geometry than the 250, so if you converted the 250 over to the LTR stuff, it would be like a night & day difference.     
Brian
1988 Suzuki LT-250R (The HPR test mule)
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