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GTM Griso Crash Bars

Discussion in 'Griso-Bella Chat & Tech' started by GT-Rx®, Oct 29, 2019.

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I own a Griso and...

  1. Currently have a set of crash bars installed that I like.

    11.1%
  2. Have considered them in the past.

    44.4%
  3. Tried other brands but didn't like them.

    5.6%
  4. Will be purchasing the GTM version for sure.

    44.4%
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  1. DrPat

    DrPat Just got it firing!

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    thanks Todd, have sent the order through - cheers, Pat
     
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    DrPat Just got it firing!

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    I've laid my Griso up for a couple of months, don't really want to bash it up on the greasy winter roads down here (I've got a Triumph for that, and an aged Norton!); so fitted my crash bars today - they are perfect, many thanks Todd! My only problem was working out how to get the ducting panels off - I was a bit worried they were gonna crack or something, but once I figured there were a couple of plugs into runner grommets it was all good! 60 ft lb on the mounts, all good!
    Now for a hugger on the rear - cheers, Pat
     
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    groundhog105 Cruisin' Guzzisti GT Contributor

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    As with everything Todd fabricates these are very functional and look good also.
     
  4. DrPat

    DrPat Just got it firing!

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    Yes for sure! As I've said I abhor 'Crash' bars in general, and certainly don't ride with the idea of crashing in mind (anything serious and crash bars are likely to be the last thing on your mind!); but weird shit happens when you're on The Run, and transverse motors are a bit more vulnerable than the parallel twins that are mostly my thing (though you can bend a gearshift shaft on a Bonnie without too much effort!). Anyway, these are the goods, and demonstrate that Crash Bars don't necessarily have to be hideous! - best, Pat
     
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