I gotta tell you I like 'em. I mean I only just got them, but so far they seem good. They're pretty high quality material, installation is a snap, and they include instructions if you're the type that has 11 thumbs. They really only reduce one step of the tank lift/removal process but I like that they help reduce the risk of scratches on the tank. I honestly hated having to do it because of how I had to contort my hands and/or use the other as a shield to get those little bolts off. Plus they add a li'l "bling" to that area.I was going to order some of those from him, but then some unexpected costs (finishing getting my new place built) happened, so motorcycle parts had to stop for a few months. How do you like his parts?
Eager to hear how you like them. I've been eying those and a set of knock off Pazzos for some bling.Picked up some D3 grips
That's pretty cool. Are the brushes pretty stiff? I may have to order some online (no location nearby).Eager to hear how you like them. I've been eying those and a set of knock off Pazzos for some bling.
I gave her a quick touchup with Plexus and also cleaned, lubed, and adjusted my chain. Something about a clean chain...just love it. Any one else used this?
I was amazed at how well it worked.
**Edit - Just did a quick search, the only other mention I could find was way back on page 603 of this thread, by Mg66. It's good stuff, maybe I'll throw up a dedicated thread.
I remember thinking the same thing. For some reason the pic makes it look like they're flimsy. They're not. It's a very stout item.That's pretty cool. Are the brushes pretty stiff? I may have to order some online (no location nearby).
Yep, definitely one of those "why didn't I think of that!?" products.That chain cleaner looks trick.