FS - Sport windscreen & Crash Bars

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bhmav8r
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FS - Sport windscreen & Crash Bars

Postby bhmav8r » Sun Nov 19, 2017 2:37 pm

Someone please buy these crash bars and tinted wind screen with mounting frame so I can clean out my garage.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/272942882977?s ... 1558.l2649

https://www.ebay.com/itm/272942882056?s ... 1558.l2649

Thanks for looking.

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Re: FS - Sport windscreen & Crash Bars

Postby bhmav8r » Mon Nov 27, 2017 9:58 am


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Re: FS - Sport windscreen & Crash Bars

Postby Newportcycle » Mon Dec 11, 2017 6:45 pm

I was the winner of the crash bars, thanks again for these.

Word of warning to potential buyers of the SW Motech crash bars, the left hand side would not fit up, out of the box. The upper forward flange would interfere with a very small section of the jug preventing a proper fit. If your not looking closely, you can get all the bolts installed and partially tightened but the upper section will not close into the mating flange on the motorcycle. The threaded boss on the upper forward connection is pretty small and trying to pull the components together would over stress this boss possibly causing it to crack. Judicious application with a 4" grinder to the flange welded to the crash bar and the fit is now acceptable. Now onto the right hand side, hoping this side fits better. Overall pretty happy with the fit, but would be greatly disappointed if I paid full price, they would have gone back to SW Motech.
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