Saved my hand and front brake res from a brutal tree hit, bent didn’t break, ordered em again
The day I installed these, I slammed right into a tree and bounced off. If I didnt have these, I would have broken by fingers and went down
Love them look nice on bike!!
Good hand guards sy a fair price.
Really easy to install, lightweight, and good craftsmanship.
Allow me to start off by saying that these are really great handguards. The only flaws I have with them is the length of the plastic going around the metal as they could be longer on the bottom by 3 inches and have less curvature towards the bottom as well as more curvature in the metal for added clearance, because the handguards get in the way of aftermarket levers and slightly put pressure on the levers eliminating whatever freeplay you have set in your clutch and brake cables. IF Acerbis came out with a 2.0 of these fixing what is mentioned I would definitely purchase them for the added peace of mind of not having my levers and mounts adjusted when I fall or wreak. I don't know if I'd suggest these levers or not they look great, but they don't do what I need them to at this moment so I might purchase a better pair. I'm willing to also add that I am picky and we all should be so I hope this helps anyone looking at purchasing these guards.
These hand guards took repeated beatings over two years of riding and held up to the test. Always keep tightening the mounting hardware as they tend to lose bolts with time riding the bike. My only complaint would be the small amount of room between your hands and the guards, in winter months on a Timbersled with bigger gloves I had my hand get caught a couple times when going over the handlebars during a wreck. All in all great upgrade for durability.
These hand guards are super durable I’ve hit trees and my bike has landed on them several times and they are still in the same shape they come in other than the obvious scratches
Went up on a hill climb and simply dropped the bike and the left guard bent like it was rubber. (Sandy terrain on the Red River) They claim to be reinforced, but they are pretty darn weak. You might as well buy the cheaper ones.
I bought these for my 1996 KX 250. It was a lot easier to install than I thought it was going to be. They are very sturdy and offer great protection. The only down side is they don’t come in green, which I don’t mind as the black matches the rims and seat. Of all the years I’ve been riding, not getting my hands and levers hit by trees is an awesome experience!
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