Sorry, I don't know I've never used such a stuff. I assume that there should be the right diameter protectors elsewhere, too.
Personally, I don't like them because it's hard to control the dust and the dirt which sometimes accumulates there under.
Just in case anyone is looking for fork gaiters for their 800, the ones I linked did work. The bottom portion is maybe 70mm instead of the 65mm needed, but I wrapped some electrical tape around the slider and safety wired the top and bottom on, so you'd have to look closely at it to know it wasn't the correct size. I think it looks pretty good!
The grey covering for the wires for the controls on the handlebar look horrible on my bike. Does anyone have any suggestions on what they have tried to deal with the issue that has worked out well. I am guessing I am not the only one with this issue.
Just picked up a 96 Vn800 for $600 not running...A starter solenoid later and gots me a running project...It needs stuff like tires, chain, and sprockets...Had an engine rattle that I tracked down to the the left hand balancer chattering, just needs new dampers...Debating whether to hardtail...
Hello, I'm new to the forum, and have a recent problem. My bike starts great, idles great. When I put it into gear and begin to release the clutch, it tries to die. If I keep trying for a minute or two (or more sometimes) it will begin to run great (like some trash just blew thru the carb or...
Yeah, going to install it right now. I am pumped. Don't think I am going to be bottoming out any more.
Old and New side by side. Can you guess which is the new one?
I'm a hand model, can't you tell. Look what I am holding!
Oh, the amount of choice I will have for ride comfort!
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