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where are you guy getting your gear reductions at? Im thinking about getting one is it worth the money?

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It is Nugent's ATV 409-287-4353. If you have a Foreman 450 your out of luck. I bought the last one they had. Billy said they where not planing on making any more for 450's. They are making 500's now.
 

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HOW MUCH FOR THE GEAR REDUCTION??
 

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Just talked to Billy at Nugents and they heve (2) 14% left for the 450's. From here on out they will only be offering the 18%.


90 days and the 18% will be available for the Ruby!!!!! " title="Applause" />
 

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QUOTE ("Eric":ywr8c8id)
Just talked to Billy at Nugents and they heve (2) 14% left for the 450's. From here on out they will only be offering the 18%.


90 days and the 18% will be available for the Ruby!!!!! " title="Applause" />
18% for just he 500's? is that for the foreman 500 and the rubicon 500?
or is there different kits for each bike? whats the price going to be?
 

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Not sure if they are the same kit but 18% will be offered for the Rubicon and the Foreman 500. Price kind of sounded like it will be in the $500. range. The way I understood it you can put the new 18% in the 450's too. Along with the greater reduction he is using a stronger metal.
 

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awsome!!
 

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when I got mine, they offered the 14% and the 18% for the 450's but where out of the 18% gears. From what I understood, they were not going to make the 450 gears anymore after they sold out. They where going to start the production of the gears for the newer bikes like the 500 foremans, I dont know about the rubi.
 

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WOULD IT BE WORTH THE MONEY TO GET???? WHAT ABOUT THE INSTALL??
 

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brodie the bike you have with the 27' tires, I dont see a need for the gear reduction. But this is not a common mod that everyone has and it will only be available for a limited time. It just depends on what u want, to me the gears are worth the money. The install was just like putting in a clutch kit in, but with a few extra procedures. only special tool required is a puller to remove the cent. clutch, everything else was just basic tools.
 

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Yes, the 18% will be offered for the Ruby. Should be ready in approx. 90 days is what Billy told me.
Billy was saying that a person can run 30" Mud Lites and still be at stock gear ratio. I'm figuring with my 27" Claws I will gain some needed torque, especially with my locker.
 
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