50 caliber

what does everybody think about the 50 caliber parts? are they any good? does anybody use them? Help me out because i dont want to waste my money on crappy parts if i can help it, so any info would be greatly appreciated.

They're all big ole hunks o' poopie. They're junk and heavier than heck!

i bought an airfilter from them..it was acually pretty decent but i dont even think it wasnt even there brand lol..other than that dont buy from them, i hear from people who bought from them that ther rear shocks dont even come charged

Id rather suck a mules dick before Id buy anymore of their shit. :D

sounds like they make crap

They make crap.But if you want to buy a $200+ pile of wood its a good place to buy from.

LOL someone posted a picture of their chain guard or whatever was actually made of wood...

(this was on PM)

LOL someone posted a picture of their chain guard or whatever was actually made of wood...

(this was on PM)

haha i remember that!!!, there was a thread awhile back asking if 50 cal was good, apparently someone bought a chain guard and it was sometype of wood material LMAO

LOL someone posted a picture of their chain guard or whatever was actually made of wood...

(this was on PM)

That was me and yes, it was made from compressed wood....I could not believe it man!

The chain ate though it so fast and bad that it destroyed the head of the bolts..making impossable to remove them with a allen wrench.

So we used a small cut off wheel and bam, instant wood dust floating and the smell of burning wood from friction filled the air.

Their lower tripple clamp use's a course thread unlike the fine thread that of a honda's....so you can not use the honda hardware. Even better, the forks only come with the top nut....so your top clamp has to ride directly on the top bearing. How ****ing stupid.

The mono shock comes with no nitrogen in it and the rebound adjustment does absolutly nothing. I had pro action ( I think it was pro action) look at it and they said the adjuster did nothing, its only there to sell the product.

Any other 50 crap questions?

dont buy from them... i hear their stuff is complete trash... unless you like really expensive paperweights... :D

what about the exhaust? i can get one for $25 brand new. would it be a waste of my money cause it would only be temporary until i got enough money to buy a good exhaust. And what are the best exhausts? i was thinking of buying a five-0 podium series pipe or pro circut Ti-4.

lol, for 25 bucks i dont think you can loose no matter what brand it was... :D

thats what it thought but everyone says their stuff is such crap i didnt know

what kinda bike do u have i have a new (well acually used 1 time) pro circuit t-4 pipe for sale it was on my sdg...but if u have a crf all u gotta do is make a new mounting bracket but i'll sell it for way cheap like 130$

i got a CRF and cool ill think about it

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