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    Heed crash bars

    Any members fitted these ? any good?


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    Yes I had them on my F650 and very good.
    A mate has them on his R1200GS and he likes them too.


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    I’ve got the top and bottom set on my 1200 with the bags and to be honest I can’t fault them. They are easy enough to fit and the finish is as good as anything I’ve seen. I’ve had them on for three years now and nothing unsavoury to say at all. In my opinion they are a good buy.

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    + 1 from me very good quality tried and tested. I dropped my bike in France a few years ago they saved it from considerable damage the crash bars were destroyed but the bike was unscathed. Replaced with a new set when i got back.

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    I have the wunderlich and my mate has the heed, no real difference in either, and both have dropped the bike on gravel, and both engine bars are fine..............

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    Thanks guy's, they are so cheap i just wondered, time to get a set.

    Ged

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