The bolt through the clamp on the body of the stabilizer backs out often so make sure you carry tools to re tighten it. Other than that works ok
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For the cost and durability, you can't go wrong. This 7 way adjustable stabilizer works out good soaking up alot of impact.
I have had this stabilizer on the quad for about a month now, set in in the middle of the setting from the install point rode for a few miles may a 2 click adjustment, so that it is now out to the 6th point and it works just fine. I did note less stars in places due to the over performance, a few more points would make this a better part. The install is not the all that simple, and we had to do a front end alignment to make it work out right. As long as you have the time and the know how it is a somewhat easy install.
Can't beat the price
First time using a steering stabilizer. Also, the first time the rest of my body fatigued before my arms did! This stabilizer might be a cheaper buy when compared to the precisions, but it helped none the less. Would definitely recommend for any rider who experiences arm fatigue/pump!
Depending on the stiffness settings, say goodbye to bump steer. The difference, especially when dune riding will be like night and day; the jolting while riding over rutted up sand will be reduced significantly. Also very handy in case of a sketchy landing , helps keep the front tires straight. Highly recommend!
after my daughter broke her wrist crossing some logs on the trail with her raptor 250 i purchased this stabilizer for it and it has worked great no more bars jumping out of your grip, everyone loves the stability it offers ,i plan on installing them on my other 4 bikes as well, (cheaper than a broken arm any day)
End cap came off after one XC race and one trail ride. Save your money
Overall the stabilizer does what its suppose to. The only negative I see is the increased steering effort when the dampening is turned up. I have found that 3 click in is a good compromise for woods riding.