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    Junior Member marshman802's Avatar
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    Hand guards

    What's the best choice for hand guards for the tw?

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    Senior Member scotti158's Avatar
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    I've got Tusk D-Flex and really like them.
    2013 Yamaha TW200

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    Senior Member Mattwings's Avatar
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    I have had two sets of Tusk (one on my TW, the other on the DR) and I have been super happy with them.
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    Tusks are working great for me. Definitely no reservations about recommending.
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    +1 on the tusk D-Flex and am happy so far.
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    Tusk D-Flex. Better than the ebay pair by a long shot
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    2007 TW200, Cycleracks, Jimbo shield, Tinman Tim racks and tool tube mount, Shinko 244 in 5.10, Protaper ATV mid handlebars, Tusk D-flex hand guards, e-bay steel pegs

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    I have Acerbis hand guards. They are the best hand guards in the world. Nobody should get any other hand guards than Acerbis. Everybody should put Acerbis hand guards on their TW. Academically speaking there are hundreds of styles and colors. Just order up a set and put them on. Your local shop will have plenty of these things. This is not the type of add on that you have to ask "What would Malcom Smith do?." MBW
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    Don't buy Goo-Fit handguards. Or any chinese knockoff branded guards for the matter. Spend the money and get good ones that fit.
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    I ordered a pair of the tusk d flex! Blue to match the bike
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