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Any talk of an off road kit being made available? Was just thinking that half a foot of lift, hand guards, a windscreen (rock deflectors) and such would be useful to me if I were to purchase one. We've got rough roads around here, massive potholes and trailers firing rocks all over the place.
 

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Half a foot of lift is a whole lot. If you want a kit for off-roading wouldn't different fenders and wheels/tires be a priority?
 

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If you are wanting that much.... I don't think the Grom would be a wise choice. I would look for a large dualsport
 

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Maybe add some:

dual sport DOT 12" tires (Kenda 761, for example)
raise the front fender with some bracket or extensions/spacer
OR (attach a CRF70/110 front fender)
Barkbuster-type aluminum hand guard
skidplate for CRF70/110

I don't think it will ever be a good dirt-bike. But as a street legal play bike it would be fun to hit easy trails at lower speeds.

In fact, this is exactly what I plan to do. The Kenda 761 is about $35 front and $44 rear and is fully DOT legal. I am pretty certain the Monkey bike market for skid plates and front fenders will be cheap due to (relative) similarity to the XR70, CRF70, CRF110 bikes which have similar if not directly bolt-on parts for cheap.
 
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