solved my stability problem on my kodiak

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Atila
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solved my stability problem on my kodiak

Postby Atila » Sun Jan 03, 2010 8:16 pm

I had trouble with the stability of my kodiak since i bought it. Always felt it was going to fell on its side in each turn. Even the 3 inch rear spacer didnt cure it completely but now i must say its perfect.
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P.s. always end up on my side at least one time on the trail last year, Had my first snow run yesterday, man it was amazing, couldnt get any wheel of the ground even on real sharp turn and the bighorn also are amazing. Was a little bit unshure at first with the deep log but after riding no problem beside the packed snow trail i was really impress
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Postby QMaze » Mon Jan 04, 2010 9:08 am

Hey another CDN, cool. Nice bike.

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Postby Ken » Mon Jan 04, 2010 7:32 pm

Nice...what diameter did you get?
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Postby Atila » Thu Jan 07, 2010 8:10 pm

10-12-25. i was surprise when i looked at them beside the dirtdevil 26 inch of my friend, there the same heigh. Had the time to try them once on rock before snow came in and was really impress, now im hoping for next summer to try them real good on some rockcrawling trail. By the way funny thing happened with all the mod done, im the new official winter trail opener with the people i ride

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Postby Ken » Sun Jan 10, 2010 10:59 am

BigHorns run tall.

My 26's...are 27.
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