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best fitting crash bars y'all have found? Pictures too. oh yea, for a 2015 multi
 

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best money i've spent. they've saved me lots of $$. Dropped her on either side and a low side at 30mph,,, a lil scraped but save my mirrors and levers.
 

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Any but not Puig.
They don't know at what side to take the welding machine.
 
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The enduro kit bars (touratech) are not bad... I've had a couple low speed drops (loose stuff like sand or mud) in 35k miles and the only damage was light scrapes on the panniers and a ding on the exhaust cover. I don't think they'd hold up to something forceful but they've more than paid for themselves for me.
 

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The enduro kit bars (touratech) are not bad... I've had a couple low speed drops (loose stuff like sand or mud) in 35k miles and the only damage was light scrapes on the panniers and a ding on the exhaust cover. I don't think they'd hold up to something forceful but they've more than paid for themselves for me.
i've been looking through tour tech crash bars and they seem to not show anything for 2015 up. Do you have a part number Dave? Thanks. I found it. I may go with the Givi bars though.
 

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Check out Altrider. They will protect your bike in a static or low speed drop but will not hold up to a high speed crash. Don't ask me how I know.
 
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