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Old 06-30-2009, 05:59 PM   #1
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i recently broke my rear shocktower on my rusty from a hard landing. are graphite parts durable or should i just go for aluminum? By the way im a hard basher
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i recently broke my rear shocktower on my rusty from a hard landing. are graphite parts durable or should i just go for aluminum? By the way im a hard basher
I'd you are a bashed run alum is the wY to go. Graphite is more for racing, it's weight saving.
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