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  • Eagle Mfg. Doohickey Torsion Spring

    Eagle Mfg. Doohickey Torsion Spring

    Alexander in NS

    If you do the doohickey, do it right...

    Why not upgrade your spring and give piece of mind its done when you do your doohickey. The peace of mind knowing you wont be stranded in the middle of nowhere is worth the extra effort.

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  • Eagle Mfg. Doohickey - Balancer Idle Lever & Spring Upgrade

    Eagle Mfg. Doohickey - Balancer Idle Lever & Spring Upgrade

    Alexander in NS

    A must for any KLR owner

    If you own a KLR and this hasn't been done, do it. Great quality beats the factory any day.

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  • Eagle Mfg. Fork Brace

    Eagle Mfg. Fork Brace

    Mark in TN

    Easy installation and works as described

    Also used it to lower the fender, instructions were great.

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  • Eagle Mfg. Rotor Holder Wrench

    Eagle Mfg. Rotor Holder Wrench

    Chris in MT

    Eagle rotor hold wrench

    Well constructed tool. Spendy for a rarely used tool, but unless you are readily able to construct your own device it is necessary. I will try to share it as much as possible.

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  • Eagle Mfg. Prevailing Torque Countershaft Nut

    Eagle Mfg. Prevailing Torque Countershaft Nut

    Jessica in WY

    Needed this on my Turtle

    Was changing out sprockets on a recently purchased 1999 KLR 650 and didn't want to mess with bending the washer over the nut nonsense that Kawasaki uses, so I spent the $ on this expensive 9th wonder of the world :) I got a range of sprockets to find what I like best, will it be a 16 tooth, or a 17 tooth as I do more road riding at 75 to 80 mph (interstate speed limit) then crawling around on the dirt at the moment.

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  • Eagle Mfg. KLR650 Rear Shock Lowering Links

    Eagle Mfg. KLR650 Rear Shock Lowering Links

    angelo in CA

    Lower, safer, easy install

    I am 5-7 and lowering the KLR 650 a little over an inch made so much difference. Puts me just short of flat footed sitting on the bike.... much safer and comfortable while stopped and getting on the bike. VERY IMPORTANT - when you follow the instructions and jack the bike up, push those sleeves/bushings out and grease the bearings - will probably be dry as mentioned in the instructions. Was worried about it throwing the camber off on the bike, but handles just fine. Makes the kickstand stand the bike more upright, but no real problems as Yet

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