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Old 01-08-2016, 06:02 PM   #1
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I recently picked up some crash bars for my Triumph Tiger Explorer from a company called Heed Crash bars. These things are awesome! It's kind of an unknown company that makes the bars in Poland, but they are phenomenal quality so I thought I would post them on here in case anyone else is looking for crash bars. My brother ran across them somehow after searching on the internet and he picked them up first for a good deal, once I saw his I definitely wanted to get the same. They provide good protection and I think they look pretty awesome too. Here's a pic of my bike and a little video review I did of them if anyone is interested:
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Old 01-09-2016, 04:00 AM   #2
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Too drunk to post but look nice let me wheelie it.
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Old 01-09-2016, 02:22 PM   #3
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I just put those on my tiger last week. They are awesome.
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Old 01-09-2016, 05:58 PM   #4
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Looks like yours mount in the front differently than mine. Mine join together differently and then mount to the frame under the headlight with a couple of u bolts.

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Yeah they do connect in the front a little different. It may be because your's are newer or maybe because my bro's bike is the XC version. I prefer the way yours connect, it looks a little more sturdy, but his are still rock solid. You do some off-roading with your bike? We're looking for some new places to hit some dirt roads and stuff.
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Ive only had it for a couple months. Just got all the armor and off road tires installed over the holidays. Plan on taking it offroad soon. Offroading in big bend for a week pretty soon as well. I will send you a pm next time we go ride. Couple buddies have some nice routes woth mostly dirt roads near town.
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Nice machines. That 1215cc triple is a peach.
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Ive only had it for a couple months. Just got all the armor and off road tires installed over the holidays. Plan on taking it offroad soon. Offroading in big bend for a week pretty soon as well. I will send you a pm next time we go ride. Couple buddies have some nice routes woth mostly dirt roads near town.
Oh nice, same here. We were going to try to make it out to big bend over new years, but we ended up cancelling due to weather. Let me know next time you ride, we are looking for some more dirt stuff.
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