i put these on from Raw Designs last year. easy install. theres a big plastic washer inside. place it on the fork, cover the cap with a rag or towel and carefully tap with a rubber mallet.
They wont come come loose. Theyre really on there. In fact i gotta take em off next week and im not sure how im gunna do it.They are really nice - but I'd be worried about them working loose... I guess they are a VERY snug fit.
Can't tell from the pic - stem nut cover too?
I'll google them... And there was I thinking I'd just have to choose between flat and domedI bought the Accutronix Tribal Fork Nut Covers to match the forward controls I got from them.
Very happy to have more sharp points to keep the "touchers" away from my bike!
Cheers Dave, I'll PM himI remember RSS had some nice looking ones before he went with the new tree's. You might want check in with him for some input.
Dang - this is not going to be an easy choice... Cheers.these are on 8 degree trees.
Hey StPeteAPB - yeah - that was me. Although you can buy the spike here (through a rep for D&M at a massively increased price), it would be a cop magnet if I fit it...You might check about those laws in Oz.
Another of your blokes Down Under couldn't buy a D&M spike (pointy) air intake for safety reasons/laws.
OMG, that's funny.Hey StPeteAPB - yeah - that was me. Although you can buy the spike here (through a rep for D&M at a massively increased price), it would be a cop magnet if I fit it...
Yeah - I thought so tooOMG, that's funny.
(that i referred you to speak to you)
I don't get that whole spike intake thing, at all. If they feel it could hurt someone, don't the see the person would get hit with the handle bar long before the spike got them??
Ingenious! A practical application of recyclingi used the ends of my oem grips. used a little silicone to glue them in place. on the center nut used the inside chrome bezel also from the grip.