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post #1 of 13 Old 10-29-2010, 09:35 PM Thread Starter
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question about crashbar

can anyone tell me what brand of crash bars these are?

I like the fact a frame slider can be added as well.

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post #2 of 13 Old 10-29-2010, 11:01 PM
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Those are sold though two wheel touring... Fieling or somthing close... Use google... German crashbars.........


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Altrider has one also for the DL1000, I assume one is coming out for the DL650
AltRider: AltRider Frame Slider Kit for Suzuki V-Strom 1000

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Altrider has one also for the DL1000, I assume one is coming out for the DL650
AltRider: AltRider Frame Slider Kit for Suzuki V-Strom 1000
I was all set to buy theirs, they said they are sourcing parts for the sliders and the crash bars were in production and supposed to ship on the 26th.... there site still says that and they are not returning e-mails. I am all for buying form small business, but if they can't even bother returning an e-mail it makes me wonder.

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That is a Fehling crash bar. It does not use the large through bolt so any sliders can be used with it.

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Lotsa better options out there than that setup.....looks a bit sketch...

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I like the not-black colour, time to think about getting my givi bars done in silver.

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Just ended up going with the Pat Walsh setup. Now I am looking for a nice set of frame sliders to go with them. Any suggestions?

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I finally settled with the Pat Walsh setup. Went with T Rex sliders....

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