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Thread: Handlebar muffs for 1150GSA.

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    I've just fitted some to my F650, had to take the Handguard Extenders off, but they fit just fine & the difference they make is huge!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugged Path View Post
    Is it the R333 or R334 Urbano muffs I need to buy for the 1150GS?


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    Yes but, which model to buy?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugged Path View Post
    Yes but, which model to buy?


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    So long since I bought them from VAL.H….but it says R319N on mine.
    Hopefully a little investigation will show succession to current model?

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