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  • Eagle Mfg. Subframe Bolt Upgrade Kit For Tusk and SW Motech Crash Bars

    Eagle Mfg. Subframe Bolt Upgrade Kit For Tusk and SW Motech Crash Bars

    Daniel in WI

    Perfect for my needs.

    Fortunately, I haven't had to test these out yet but they sure seem sturdy an stout. They are closer to the fairings than I expected them to be so I'm a little worried that during a wreck they will bend into the fairings. But other than that I installed them with the subframe upgrade and it all went together great.

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  • Eagle Mfg. Fork Brace

    Eagle Mfg. Fork Brace

    Johnny in ID

    Must have for KLR650

    This is a must have for a KLR. It greatly reduced sway at high speeds and stabilized riding on tarmac, even over tar snakes. Off road it stabilized my KLR.

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  • Eagle Mfg. KLR 650 Drill Through Subframe Bolt Upgrade Kit

    Eagle Mfg. KLR 650 Drill Through Subframe Bolt Upgrade Kit

    JD in NC

    Needed KLR650 upgrade

    Pretty idiot proof kit. Takes less than an hour from start to finish to install. Make sure you have a corded high speed drill or good, charged cordless. The KLR frame is solid and you will need some power to drill through it.

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  • Eagle Mfg. Prevailing Torque Countershaft Nut

    Eagle Mfg. Prevailing Torque Countershaft Nut

    Arlette in CA

    A cheap, obvious, time-saving upgrade

    Ten bucks and the cost of a cheap 30mm impact socket to never, ever have to deal with the stock fold-over lock washer again? SOLD. That thing was a pain even with the bike way up in the air on a moto shop lift and was about as substantial as a fart in the breeze. This replacement is better in every way. Even if you don't swap sprockets between highway and trails, it'll make your eventual chain-and-sprocket replacements that much easier. Plus, if your friends help you out with a sprocket change, you'll spend all weekend calling each other "prevailing torque nut" every chance you get because it sounds weirdly hilarious.

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  • Eagle Mfg. KLR650 Rear Shock Lowering Links

    Eagle Mfg. KLR650 Rear Shock Lowering Links

    Peter D. in MA

    Lowering Links?

    these are easy to install. they soften your suspension, so you may want a stiffer spring as well. Also - you will want to lower your front end about an inch to really notice the difference.

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  • Eagle Mfg. Handlebar Risers

    Eagle Mfg. Handlebar Risers

    Phillip in TX

    It's ok

    They are good for what they do, wish it had a black finish and it didn't leave an open space.

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