Suzuki Hand Guard Set

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Fantastic Find

Dan in ID – Machine this part was bought for: 2005 SUZUKI DL650 V-Strom

Comments On Mar 11, 2016:After some searching, I found these Hand Guards. The price was great, the fit was perfect, of course. AND, they arrived, here in Eastern Idaho, the next day. I couldn't believe my eyes.
Being the original Suzuki parts, they fit perfectly. Having two of these bikes, one with and one without handguards, the difference is HUGE. When the weather is cooler, which happens occasionally in Idaho, the guards enable a much lighter pair of gloves, which in turn allows for better feel and control.
I like them a lot!
RMATV couldn't be better.

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Good weather protection. Install carefully

David in UT – Machine this part was bought for: 2006 SUZUKI DL650 V-Strom

Comments On Mar 10, 2013:I bought these primarily to keep my hands out of the wind during cold weather riding on a 2006 DL650. I don't expect them to hold up if I drop the bike; there's no metal to help support them. However they do work great for what I bought them for and the price was much less than a true offroad handguard.
Installation instructions were kind of hard to follow - search YouTube for a couple of informative videos, and learn from their mistakes. Especially, pay careful attention to where to put all spacers and washers. I believe the bottom bolt is designed to release the guards in a fall to allow them to flex and maybe survive. Also, work slowly when removing and reinserting the bar end bolts so that the little nut inside the handlebar doesn't come loose.

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