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what hooks are more useful for trail riding/jumping i guess .. and why.... boersy
 

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Originally posted by polarisxckid
[br]90 on the brake side and 45 on the throttle, at least thats what i use.
Exactly how I'm set up. I tried different combos but liked this best.
 

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Originally posted by polarisxckid
[br]90 on the brake side and 45 on the throttle, at least thats what i use.
I agree with this!! You cant even grab a 90 on the throttle side while keepin on the gas! And almost all racer bars are this way!
 

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I have a Sno-Pro handlebar and thats set-up as 45 on right and 90 on left.
 

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I have 2 90's and i really like them. Im prrbly gonna try a diff setup on my next sled
 

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but like i said why have a 45 on throttle side easier to ride?
 

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Originally posted by polarisxckid
[br]90 on the brake side and 45 on the throttle, at least thats what i use.
Thats how I have mine and love it!!! As for why the 45 on the throttle side? As stated above, your not going to be able to grab it any way when your on the throttle. They're basically just there to extend the bars and give you a bit of extra leverage.
 

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45* on the brake side and no hook on the throttle side for me.
 
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