I run the ASR rods. Very strong, but keep an eye on the nylock nuts. I just put red threadlock in yesterday after the DS loosening up yet again on last Sundays ride with blue threadlock. Hopefully this will solve the problem.
I'm running ASRs and love 'em. They have a lifetime warranty. I have a buddy who put on 31s, did one wheelie and bent his stock rods. I bought ASRs the next day. I'd rather not have to worry about it again, plus if you break one you could have a pretty nasty little wreck ( I saw one once ), and you'll probably tear a boot in the process.
your better buying asr and replacing them when they come in. if you wait till the stockers break you raise your risk of breaking something else. had a buddy that waited and his brike at about 15mph and he had to buy alot more than tie-rods.
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