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|11-21-2018 12:47 PM|
|Mr.Bullet7||I got the houser bars direct from them, they dont make anything for the 700 anymore so you'll have to search around for them. They are great bars though.|
|08-01-2018 06:45 AM|
These Houser bars look great and from what I understand they have no bad reports.
If anyone knows where I could get a set please message me.
|08-12-2012 10:47 PM|
ok so I got some riding in this weekend and I really did not notice ant big difference with the new bounce pegs but I think that is the point. I think they are designed so you dont realize they are working and cutting down fatigue in your legs. I guess it is kinda hard for me to really say as I only had around 10 hours on the bike before the install.
Anyway they are very solid and do not transfer any vibration through the bike. I am very happy with them. It is a shame that Houser is not offering them any more.
|08-11-2012 10:33 AM|
They are brand new, that is just hand prints all over them.
I plan to go out riding today so I will let you know if there is any vibration in them.
|08-10-2012 06:18 PM|
Damn you! I want those instead. Were they new? They look pretty rubbed up. Its so cool that they even put an attachment on with a grommet to catch the plastic bottom just like oem.
They look awesome my friend. Do they have any vibration in them at high revs? When I get high in the rpm's my proarmors transfer lots of ultra sonic vibration.
|08-10-2012 03:18 PM|
OK I have gotten the nerf bars installed, they took a bit of time but the look and fit great.
The most important thing in installing these is to leave everything loose from the peg stands to the upper heel mounts to the front crossover to allow everything to fit. Then go around and slowly tighten everything so everything is pulled into place evenly. Also I found it easier to also remove the coolant reservoir to get the front crossmember in and it needs to be installed from the left side. The next hardest part was trying to estimate exactly where to cut the hole in the lower front plastics so the crossmember could fit through them. I used a hole saw but still wound up cutting them a couple times to get them to fit correctly. Now That I have done them once I think I could make a much better guess of where to cut them on another bike. Anyway they are done and look great. Just be patient and everything will go together very well.
Here is some pics of the install.
|08-06-2012 09:26 PM|
I may try to do them before the weekend, but I have a busy work week this week, we will see how it goes
|08-06-2012 06:58 PM|
|easystreet||I'm excited for you. How can you wait for the weekend?|
|08-06-2012 06:01 PM|
I got my Houser Nerf Bars Today. I will be putting them on this weekend and I will post pics of the install etc...
|08-05-2012 06:47 PM|
|Baxter||If you are mechanically minded and have a six pack of beer then the Pro Armor nerfs are a breeze. The knack is to get the front to line up first. This may need ,a vice and a towel. Also if you get the Pro Peg nerfs , the tab that mounts to the frame near the airbox will break. This is normal and not really needed. The nerfs were over built like the bumpers. They like everyone else didn't know the frame would flex so much. I prefer the Pro XC nerfs that use the stock pegs.|
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