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Old 07-13-2006, 01:06 PM
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well I rollled the quad and need to get a stem . was wondering if anyone has tried these so called OEM aftermarket stems out ? local dealer wants $120.00 and the aftermarket is $81.00 shipped , your feedback is much appricated .
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What kind of quad is it for? You can usually find a used stocker on the forums or Ebay.
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What is the brand of the aftermarket stem? That sounds dang cheap to me.
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What kind of quad is it for? You can usually find a used stocker on the forums or Ebay.
those are tha ones i was lookin at , its for my 03 raptor .


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What is the brand of the aftermarket stem? That sounds dang cheap to me.
heres tha link for it , i'll email him to find out tha brand name . http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Steer...spagenameZWDVW
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Old 07-14-2006, 11:09 AM
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That's a stock OEM Yamaha stem. It isn't an aftermarket stem. That's the typical price for an OEM stem. You could try looking on bluetraxx.com for a used OEM stem.
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That's a stock OEM Yamaha stem. It isn't an aftermarket stem. That's the typical price for an OEM stem. You could try looking on bluetraxx.com for a used OEM stem.
Yep, what he said, however $70 for a new one seems like a good deal to me.
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Default Re: aftermarket steering stem ?

this roll over that happened was like nuthin but bent the stem ...i got strong Trail Tech bars , if i had sum cheep bars the stem woud'nt have gotten bent . what are your guys thought on this ? i do luv the Trail Techs though .
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The same thing happened to me with my trail techs, but I wouldn't trade them. The bars were excellent. With cheaper bars you probably would have bent both. I also bent many a stems on my Raptors with stock bars too.
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