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Eagle Mfg. UTV Accessories: Engine

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Eagle Mfg. UTV Accessories: Suspension

Eagle Mfg. UTV Accessories: Transport/Shop

Eagle Mfg. UTV Accessories: Shop Tools

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  • Eagle Mfg. Rotor Holder Wrench

    Eagle Mfg. Rotor Holder Wrench

    Timothy in WI

    Perfect tool for the job

    High quality tool did exactly what it is supposed and priced right.

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  • Eagle Mfg. Doohickey Torsion Spring

    Eagle Mfg. Doohickey Torsion Spring

    Michael in CA

    A must do if you do the Doo

    The torsion spring upgrade is pretty much what Kawasaki should have done from the start. Simple, straightforward, reliable. It does require drilling of the generator case cover to install. Just remember that most videos about installing the torsion spring may not cover the newest version of this part, so if there are any questions always refer to the EM instructions.

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

    Eagle Mfg. Doohickey - Balancer Idle Lever & Spring Upgrade

    Michael in CA

    Better than OE

    As long as Kawasaki continues to skimp on this critical component, Eagle Mike will continue to provide a better than stock replacement. This is without a doubt a must do repair for all KLR650 motorcycles.

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  • Eagle Mfg. Fork Brace

    Eagle Mfg. Fork Brace

    Wayne in PA

    Good quality

    Good quality and install was easy

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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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