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    Member sakogu's Avatar
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    hey, I am just curious if anyone has found a nice set of bark busters for reasonable price kinda like the foot pegs, they don't have to be perfect mainly just to protect the shift levers and stuff if it were to go down. any insight/recommendations are greatly appreciated
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    Tusk D-Flex from rockymountainatvmc.com Under 60 bucks.
    If you can't find it, grind it

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    I put on the Cycra Probend, IIRC 80 bucks or so at Cycle Gear. Thick aluminum and they allow your hands to slip out thus preventing broken wrists if you have to unload from the bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainman View Post
    Tusk D-Flex from rockymountainatvmc.com Under 60 bucks.

    +1 for Tusk & RockyMountainATVMC.com

    The aluminum guards are only $30, and the deflectors can be had for as low as $15. I followed the advice of members here and got these as well. They're beefy & solid. Couldn't ask for more for the money.
    2006 TW200, LED tail & turn signals, Clarke XT350 tank, hybrid YZ80 forks, CycleRacks rear rack, Ricochet bash plate, TTR225 header, eBay pegs, MSR high ATV bars, Tusk bar risers, Tusk handguards & deflectors, Tusk KX250 stainless brake line, XT225 speedo cable, 14/47 sprockets, Mule-pin seat latches, 130 main, 0.035" shimmed needle, TW34/M6006 meats.

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    Another +1 for the Tusk D-Flex.
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    +1 for tusk d-flex

    i got the aluminum guards, regular plastic shields, extra big spoilers (fit over the plastic guards) and new grips for less than 80 bucks from rockymountainatvmc.com
    '01 TW200: Tusk D-Flex Handguards w/ Spoilers, Pro Taper Grips, LEDs in Idiot Lights, Headlight Rockguard, Stearns Seat Pad, Oversized Footpegs and a Loud Ass Horn -SOLD
    '91 TW200: Bone Stock

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    The cheapest I've found is $45

    Western Power Sports Off-Road Handguards

    I don't know how they are compared to the others mentioned (the Tusk bar looks stronger), but are more like the Acerbis Pro Rally design.

    Works good though.
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    +1 for the WPS Off Road Handguards if you like the look compared to the visable aluminum bar like the Tusk D-Flex.

    I know a lot of people also put on Emgo's a while back and have been happy with them too.

    I got the WPS handguards at my local Yamaha shop instead of the buying the Emgo Pro Handguards online because they were cheaper and looked very similiar.
    My TW is HUNGRY!

    '01 TW200, WPS Handguards, D2moto Foot Pegs, Jimbo's Cafe Fairing, Tusk Handle Bar Risers, Yamaha Rear Rack, 47 Tooth Rear, 3/16 Fuel Filter, Monsterbolts, Monsterbrace, HJC CL-14 Fuse, HJC ACX1, Cortech GX-AIR, RU Outside Teton Gloves

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    After everything I've read I'm interested in theTusk D-flex guards. I went to Rocky Mountain ATV and it won't let me select my bike and they have several options not sure which one is the one that fits the TW. A little help plz? Thanks.
    Greg from Glenville

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    hand guards/bark busters any cheap/reasonable priced setups?

    I got these. No plastic. Fits TW very well.
    Mounted with some heat shrink tubing.
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