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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-29-2009, 04:27 PM Thread Starter
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Swingarm covers

Anyone know a website to buy them covers from. I found some online for like $7 or $8 bucks each. I just wanted to compair prices. As mine were missing sence i bought the bike last year.

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I ordered a pair from motogrid.com, they run $9.83 + shipping. Listed under battery case/tool case. I ordered them with a bunch of other parts so it wasn't worth the additional shipping to order from somewhere else.

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Anyone know a website to buy them covers from. I found some online for like $7 or $8 bucks each. I just wanted to compair prices. As mine were missing sence i bought the bike last year.
Your really not going to find a better price than that. I purchased mine from the Kawai dealer for $10 a piece without shipping charges though.

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Good price, grab `em before they`re gone.

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Ok I thought that was a good price,so i will get them ordered this week.

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Streetshield EX
degoat
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splines lubed
Capped (soon to be coaster)
Custom Grips
Wide blade levers
Throw over leather saddlebags
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DIY Brackets,and highway pegs

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When you put them on the bike use some silicone and seal them in so you don't lose them.

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I just bought one for $7.71 from CheapCycleParts.com to replace one that fell off (didn't silicone the old one, like a fool). But the sucker doesn't fit right. Will not go in and stay in, just a bit too large and keeps poppin out.

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I must be dumb or something, but I couldn't find the covers from any of the sites you guys mentioned. Are they chrome or just plactic protective covers?

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As far as I know they are chromed plastic. Im missing one two. tempted to spend the extra and just get them from the local stealer. specially considering that ronayer wants 8.98 for them but wants 9.00 for shipping.
IronMan how do you like the Kuri wide levers? Do they pull the levers in closer to make them an easier reach?

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post #10 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-31-2009, 12:21 AM
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The Kury levers were worth every penny! They don't seem to be any closer, but they're way more comfortable and easier to pull, not to mention a lot better looking. They compliment the Kury grips wonderfully.

I'm still not sure what the dedal is about the swingarm covers....does anyone have a link?

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*Battery connected at both ends!
*Real air in the tires
*New Registration sticker
*Seat wiped off
*Low AND Hi beam headlight!
*New #1157 tail light bulb
*Brake pedal still on the right
*Custom valve stem caps made from black plastic!
*Custom built ignition key from Kawasaki
Does anybody really care?

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