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Crashpads Triumph Tiger 1050, Racing Polyamid black

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Crashpads Triumph Tiger 1050, Racing Polyamid black

Order ID 60100140681
Crashpads Triumph Tiger 1050, Racing Polyamid black
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Description

An optimal protection for the frame, radiator, fairing – not only by minor falls.

Racing: mushroom-shaped pads effectively slow down a sliding motorcycle

The polyamide plastic for an optimal protection and damping of the impact forces or the aluminium for a better look.

Double: an anodized aluminium basis = extremely robust with a great look; replaceable black polyamide pads for an optimal protection and damping of the impact forces.

Fixed to original attachments on the frame, without any modifications of the fairing.

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Delivery

We always give our best to handle your order as fast as possible. Orders which are placed before 2 pm on a work day are usually handed over to our logistics partner (DHL) on the same day if in stock.

 

Shipping cost

4.95 Euro within Germany, Poland  

5.95 Euro in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Luxembourg, Netherlands

9.95 Euro    Spain, Finland, United Kingdom, Italy, Sweden

14.95  Euro    Cyprus, Czech Republic, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Portugal

19.95  Euro    Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Malta, Slovenia, Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria

All delivery costs are charged per order.

 

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Verareitung gut, keine Kniefreiheit

Review by Turbo
Verarbeitung der Pads ist sehr gut, optisch gibt es dezenteres. Allerdings ist der rechte Pad so nah am Knie, dass man ständig während der Fahrt dranstößt (Körpergröße 1,75 m) . Ist der Schraubenaufnahme im Rahmen geschuldet (bei der Tiger 1050 asymmetrisch). Links gehts grad so. Allerdings ist Kurvenfahren nochmal nerviger, wenn man das Knie nach vorne schieben will. (Posted on 7/22/2015)
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