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    Senior Member r80rt's Avatar
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    I found a clear acrylic headlight guard on Ebay for the older Kawasaki KLR, since it has the same size headlight as a TW I decided to give it a try. It goes on with sticky velcro so it will come off easy for cleaning. I have no connection with the seller, but I thought some of you might be interested, here's a link http://www.ebay.com/itm/KLR-650-XR-6...e143b0&vxp=mtr







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    Good idea, but not a fan of the Velcro marks. There must be some clear tape to use
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    Yeah I had a choice between black or white velcro, white may be a little less noticeable, Perhaps I chose poorly.
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    What about a dab of silicone in each corner?
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    That ain't a bad idea, but it wouldn't be easy to pop off for cleaning. Maybe I'll find something. I can live with black velcro better than a broken light
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    Won't the adhesive go bad from the heat of the headlight?
    Hidden Content [/IMG]It's not why, but why not. Do it for the right reason now, versus the wrong reason later.
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    I don't think it will, I ran one like it on a BMW for years with no problem. I'll find out this summer, if it fails I'll report it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brock View Post
    Won't the adhesive go bad from the heat of the headlight?
    I use silicone on submersible pool and spa lights, which are 400 watt bulbs...it hasn't fried it yet. Sometimes tricky to get off, but thats more heat than a tw would put out.
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