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No more scratched bars or tie-down hooks not fitting fat bars, works great!
These straps make it so much easier to tie the bike into the back of my truck!
These keep your bars from looking bad from those beat up old tie downs we all keep using. Excellent protection, just don't forget to take them off when you hit the track!
bought these to use on street bike with ratchet straps and worked very well. no more scratching the bars or hooks being too large/small. later bought straps with soft ties already built in and would recommend those over these separate soft hooks
Strong, sturdy, and keeps my handle bars scratch free!
Keeps your bars from getting scratched and makes it easy to strap the bike down.
These do exactly what I expected them to do. I have Pro Tapers and these work great with them.
Works great no more scratches on the bars
These straps are soft and flexible and very durable. They do not get in the way and they hold down my CRF150 great in the back of the truck on the way to the track.
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