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    Check this out.

    I didn't know they made these. Check out the mounted picture. Application chart lists a TW250, which I assume is a misprint.

    Barkbusters Training Bike Handguards for Suzuki TU250 '09-'12 - TwistedThrottle.com

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    Not following Z. I know they make a TU250...in fact I hope to get one in a week or two. I was referring to the barkbusters, which in the application chart below on the page shows a model for the TW. I'm a bark buster fan. These are more beefy than mine. Mine mount back to the bars inboard. These mount to the handlebar clamps with a strong mount.
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    Mine are like this. Attachment 12314

    Without the plastic installed.
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    I like how these have the extra bar on top of the triple-tree to hook up to. They don't have clamps that take up room on the bars themselves.

    Designed for training bikes, eh? Might just hold up to normal TW use then.
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    Just what I was thinking srs. Massive looking rascals. I like em.
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    Look to be to big for Michigan trees. Road and 2-tracks, not off road?

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    I doubt they add that much width really. I ride the Michigan Cycle Conservation Club rides, so I am familiar with Michigan trails, and they look doable to me.

    BTW, it will be back in Atlanta next year. Two years ago it was over by Wellston.

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    Those Barkbuster training hand guards would make killer towel and gear drying racks for the adventure touring crowd after a long day on the trail. Also good tie down for a minimalist lean-to tarp tent's peak.
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