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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-25-2020, 02:26 AM
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+1 for T-Rex guards fore and aft. I haven't put mine to the test ... (is there a "fingers crossed" or "knock on wood" emoji?). They don't interfere with my feet, and don't make the FJR appreciably wider IMO.

Good luck with whatever you decide.
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Sete, keep doing what you're doing, don't test them.
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I was going to say, learning to not wreck would be my recommendation. Training training training. Never enough.

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I haven’t had a wreck since my very first motorcycle was totaled by a little old lady. But I’ve had bikes knocked down by a vehicle, down from soft pavement, down from oil in a concrete parking garage, etc. Never a scratch on the bikes, no damage to the armor.

I have saved thousands of dollars in deductibles and months of lost riding time through a few hundred dollars worth of protection. Amazing ROI. I wouldn’t be without it.

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