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    Re: Available now Gold Wing Crash Bar to ST1300 Adapter Plates and Hardware $48 + shi

    Hi Martin,

    I've been looking for an adapter to install my GL1800 crash bars to my ST, but the other providers have none in stock or have gone out of business. How can I go about ordering a set?

    Tracy

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    Re: Available now Gold Wing Crash Bar to ST1300 Adapter Plates and Hardware $48 + shi

    Yes!!! Been waiting a looooooooong time for these to come back. Order sent!

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    Re: Available now Gold Wing Crash Bar to ST1300 Adapter Plates and Hardware $48 + shi

    sssnake you have pm... nerSTeve you have adapters coming sat. see email. Thanks everybody. 25% of adapter kits sold, get them while the gettin' is good.

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    Re: Available now Gold Wing Crash Bar to ST1300 Adapter Plates and Hardware $48 + shi

    Quote Originally Posted by red dirt cowboy View Post
    Savago, more importantly they will protect your leg from getting crushed if you fall hard on side.
    Well, the Honda engine guard under the tip-over wing built into the fairing serves this purpose first and foremost. The add-on GL800 bars are additional protection behind the leg so they do protect the saddlebag as well as offering more leg protection. An ST1300 dropped on it's side at a stop or at low speed will not crush a leg/ankle or hit the bag or mirror with just the stock engine guards. The rear bars are just more of it.



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