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Re:Bash Plates 7 years, 6 months ago #1343

  • Daawl
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G'day Rocker & xrman.

Have you got any further reports on the force bash plate now that you have had them on longer.
I have wanted to get a bash plate for a while and was simply going the get the B&B but if you reckon force is the guts i will consider it.

I really need to look at it now as my riding has improved & i am now going into places i previously thought otherwise.
It helps that I now have the coin for the wish as well.

any info is good info.

Cheers
Daawl
09 DRZ400E
7yo Daughter PW80
4yo Daughter JR50 (just learning)

Re:Bash Plates 7 years, 6 months ago #1352

  • Rocker
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gday Daaw
im very happy with the force in the short time ive had it, dont know too much about the B&B plate though so cant compare.
Its stood up well to a couple of hits and i feel confident in having it there. Its very easy to take of and put back on after cleaning or an oil change.
I would suggest you if you buy a force plate to get a longer bolt for the centre front bolt, it was a bit short for my liking making it a little harder to get it to thread when putting on, 2 bucks for a longer one and problem solved.

Anyone would do though i think, just comes down to personnel preference i suppose.

Cheers :)
4 wheels moves the body, 2 wheels moves the soul.

Re:Bash Plates 7 years, 6 months ago #1353

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Rocker wrote:
gday Daaw
im very happy with the force in the short time ive had it

Anyone would do though i think, just comes down to personnel preference i suppose.

Cheers :)


G'day Rocker

cheers for the response.
09 DRZ400E
7yo Daughter PW80
4yo Daughter JR50 (just learning)

Re:Bash Plates 7 years, 5 months ago #1402

  • daz80j
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sorry for the late reply....i have been working my arse off.....i have lied to you all im running with DEVOL protection gear not B&B....hear are some pics the bikes a bit dirty had a big ride a clarence on sunday
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Re:Bash Plates 7 years, 5 months ago #1413

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Has anyone tried these bash plates and rad guards? They are on ebay from Israil but they look the goods. They are well priced too at around $165 posted for both bash plate and rad guards
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Re:Bash Plates 7 years, 5 months ago #1418

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rad gaurdslook like they are just braces?? not really protecting from roosts or knocks.

whats doing with the bash plate and all the pre drilled holes...fits numerous bikes??

Daz - I went devol rad guards ages ago - all good so far, whats the brake fin like?? looks like its in the way??
Dan
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Re:Bash Plates 7 years, 5 months ago #1438

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brake fin is fine easy to remove or adjust.....perfect for the hard and rocky rides i do out at lithgow
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