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Old 03-09-2010, 01:36 PM   #88
MudWalker
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Originally Posted by 1994klr250
The Ricochet skid plate offers much more protection vs the stock skid plate, I've had mine for about 1 year on my bike. It covers the entire bottom side of the engine and has some large ears that extend out on each side to protect the water pump. Turbo city has one but the price is almost 3 times that of the ricochet skid plate. http://www.turbocity.com/product_inf...roducts_id=691

For the price and protection the ricochet offers its a great deal. Here's some pictures.





This is what my KLR250 looks like most of the time I have owned it, now 10 years....wow time flies. I have put over 7000 miles of off road work on the poor thing and I just can't seem to break it. It's old technology yes but it is a very effective tool when climbing around in the woods. It will go for road rides as well although I'm not sure it's happy going fast.

If you can get a good running one, buy it, mine has never let me down.
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