These work great on triple clamps with forward facing bolts. They mated up easily (will a bit of fiddling to get the bolt started in its thread) with my Cycra Pro Bend guards. I did have to buy longer bolts for the triple clamp so they'd reach all the way through the mounts to the threads.
Cycra Pro Bend Side Triple Clamp Mount
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I have a 2015 KTM 150. Bought these assured that they would fit and find out that the bolts on the triple clamps are backwards on the KTM. They bolt in from the inside out not the opposite as these require. Solid piece of hardware though but if you do buy these you do need to buy longer bolts about an inch or so longer.
you will need longer bolts for these but the fit is great much better than the bar mounts.
Don't bother spending money on this unless you already have the upper triple clamp fork bolts you need to attach it... they are not included and the stock bolts will be too short.
It would have been nice if they told you this in the description.
Bought these clamps to mount the cycra pro bend bar guards to my Kawi 450 about 2 years ago. They allowed me to attach the inside of the bar guards to the top of the fork tube clamps instead of the typical mounting points. They are very solid and do not let the guards rotate during hard crashes. This allows awesome protection for your levers and your hands! A must for tight single track near trees and in rocky terrain. These are the strongest clamps I've ever used and have been put through some rigorous testing! Highly recommended!
I've got this setup on both of my bikes and really like it. In both cases I needed to stop at fastenal and get longer bolts for my triple clamp.
Mounts need modified to fit a 2012WR450 and you will need to get longer triple clamp bolts.
I have taper pro bars and its difficult to find the right clamps for busters, I've spent and tried every clamps that hooks on the bars itself and none of the worked. Then I tried these triple clamp brackets and there perfect, very easy to install and for me very cheap. Trust me you won't be disappointed and they look 10times better
Good concept to use with the 1-3/8 Easton Bar, but just doesn't quite fit. Maybe the 5mm offset bar clamps has somthing to do with it, but I had to create some additional 1" spacers to reach the cycra Bar.
I think they should include the triple clamp mounting bolts.
First of all I don't know what they were thinking at Cycra?? I tried to put these on my 09 crf 450x , they don't give you all the hardware you need. You have to try and make the stock bolts work. Well they don't they are about 5/16" to short. So you need longer ones, then when you try to put the front plate back on it WILL not fit due to mounts too wide. So do you self a favor and use the crm!
These are very sturdy mounts, but your guard positioning is extremely limited considering that they're rigidly attached to the triple clamp. Also, they got in the way big time with brake line. I'm going to switch to different mounts soon, probably the regular bar mounts.
tteh cycra probend guards are possibly the best for protection but you have to retap the threads for everything to fit i also had to get longer pinch bolts for my side mounts to fit
This is the best mount I have ever had. They do not bend and keeps your handlebars cleared off. Awesome mount kit.
These are a nice mount, but they break just above the triple clamp bolt in a hard lay-over.
I tried the PT bar mount but todays four strokes require more bar space. If you have a four stroke then you will need these and appreciate that you made the right choice of mounting.
Also you could visit a local bolt supply store and get a longer bolt.