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Old 10-18-2015, 02:35 AM   #1
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Went flawlessly and look great.

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Old 10-18-2015, 11:39 AM   #2
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looks great
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Old 09-13-2017, 04:00 AM   #3
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Hey! Looks exactly like my Gen1 but my bike is green... and have had the bars a few years.

They're great bars! Definitely have paid for themselves.

Mod: Took some "foam fun-noodles" kids use for pool play. Made two pads for the top bar, cut them so you can rest your legs up there. They're slanted inwards to keep your legs in. Covered with camo duct-tape. Makes those 5 hr freeway stretches much easier. $10 mod to stretch your legs on the long hauls.

Have the hardcase racks on back too! Seahorse 720's fit nice and the supplied T-Bolts are more than adequate. Great for the Grand Canyon trip. Those racks hold my PetandHorse soft sidebags just fine too! Same T-Bolts (melt the holes through the nylon sidebags with a soldering iron, don't cut them, With washer prevents the holes tearing). Two-up trips to the farm for produce are a weekly event, carry ungoshly heavy loads. Fresh corn on the cob, melons, almost 50 lbs of potatos, etc. Always stuffed full.

Zero problems with my DirtRacks products. Good stuff! No assembly problems.

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