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    I’m trying to install these crashbars not reall sure how does anybody have any idea.

    This is the bolts which came with it. Any help would be preciated
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    Quote Originally Posted by kshackelford View Post
    I’m trying to install these crashbars not reall sure how does anybody have any idea.

    This is the bolts which came with it. Any help would be preciated
    Not sure on those, but the OEM guards use some different hardware than what you have there. Wonder if you are missing them.

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    Not sure that’s what came in box. I bout got them now thank god. Preciate it

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    By the looks of the pics you provided, it seems as if they would mount up in the exact same way the OEM Engine Guards do. There’s really no other mounting points on the 9 where Engine Gaurds could be mounted.

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    I don't know may, in today's litigious society, those look like a serious liability issue. Someone walks past your bike and rubs them the wrong way, or bumps into it and gets stabbed, you better have good insurance. Just my opinion, but those are about the ugliest crash bar I think I've ever seen.
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    I was thinking more of the functionality of them. Hopefully you never have to find out, but if you go down I would think those points are going to do more harm than good.

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    That's possible I suppose. Don't have any on mine, and won't. I just don't like the looks of any of them, even the Suzuki parts. I'll take my chances.
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    I’m not a fan of that style engine guards either, and I also think they could become a very serious safety issue. However, it’s his bike, and at the end of the day, he has to like the look and be comfortable with the safety aspect of having them on his bike.

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