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Old 22nd August 2012
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i was looking at buying a set of forward controls for my 85 XLX http://www.cas4.com/controls_frwd_sp.htm but i was hoping to find out if anyone knew anything about these guys before i order anything?
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The controls are Midwest.
Which is to say imported.
Which is to say better than Danial Boone.
Which is to say;
I have basically the same ones on my 78. Midwest, purchased thru KC International. I had to modify them due to an aftermarket exhaust, cut here, add there, but so far no issues.

I've never ordered off CAS4. They look like they handle a lot of distributors, so they must be moving a fair amount of product. That's usually a good indicator.
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those are tall prices for an known site. i wouldnt f with them
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On what do you guys base this opinion? The website is simple, straight-forward. I see nothing shoddy about it. Actually, it looks quite good.
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On what do you guys base this opinion? The website is simple, straight-forward. I see nothing shoddy about it. Actually, it looks quite good.
I based my opinion on the look, and I really don't think it looks good in any way, as mentioned "hate to judge a book by its cover" is the honest answer to my opinion...

Or I could say, I don't know nada about them but since the web site is kinda shoddy, I prefer to use XLF's supporting vendors
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CAS4 have been mentioned on here a few times before by guys who use them, always good from what I remember.
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I bought my V-Twin kicker kit from them a few years ago and they were fine to deal with, no problems with my order.

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