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post #1 of 69 Old 02-03-2014, 05:37 PM Thread Starter
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richlandrick's Adventuretech Fork Brace

Yes, its 2014 and we are still going strong....

Not all fork braces are created equal. In side by side comparisons on identical V-Stroms our brace performed noticeably better than the "you-know-what"-brace. Cheaper, better, faster, that's why over 5,000 V-Strom owners have chosen our brace.

See our website for ordering using a credit card or Paypal. http://www.adventuretech.biz/

Here's Ramjet's ready for delivery:



Here's mine installed on my bike. The first two people that saw it independently said "it looks like it came that way."





The two white lines in this next photo are just flash effects.



Installation instructions are posted on our website - Fork Brace Instructions - AdventureTech, LLC.

Hundreds of reviews can be found here Rick's Fork Brace (Adventure Tech)

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post #2 of 69 Old 02-04-2014, 09:24 AM
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I've been happy with my RR fork Brace as well as Mirror Extenders and newly installed lowering links. Thanks for a great set of products Rick!

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First ever fork brace sale!

Regularly $85, now just $70 for a limited time.

We made the braces at the request of the community. this was right in line with our goal of addressing over priced items and holes in the accessory market. As mentioned above, in side by side comparisons on identical bikes these braces work better. More contact surface area on the tubes and better decisions about tolerances and where to put them.

Now we are competing against Chinese copies of those original over priced items.

Made in the USA. Works better. $70

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I have had my Richland Rick's fork brace and peg lowering kit for about 2 years now. Money well spent. Very happy with his products.

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I just took the leap and ordered my RR brace. Now for me, it will be more than a 10 minute install. It might take me that long just to set the torque wrench I have to borrow. And what does the axle pinch bolt get for torque, anyway?
Anyway, wish me luck. I appreciate that.

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Fork Barce: Cheaper and Better

Now $59.95 for any V-Strom.
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Awesome price. I wish shipping to Canada wasn't so high
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Forgive my ignorance but what is the benefit of the brace? How long is the sale on? I haven't had my bike long and want to ride it some before adding stuff. Stupid weather!
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Here is an explanation of "how" a fork brace works. Frequently Asked Questions - AdventureTech, LLC.

More importantly than how is "what" a fork brace does. Comments like "my bike now handles like it's on rails," "much less affected by cross winds," holds a straight line on the highway better," and "no longer fear tar snakes." are every common" comments after installing our brace.

Now $59.95 and we have an option for 6 months same as cash through Paypal. We can usually ship several items for one low shipping charge. Also, we look at the shipping charge on four items or more to see if it can be lower than the cart calculated.
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Now $59.95 for any V-Strom.
I must have missed your price reduction by about half an hour. My bad.

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