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      I got a new bike to me and it’s a 2010 RMZ 250 and I wanted to get some hand guards. I was wondering what dimension the stock Renthal bars are on it. 
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    • By Hodakaguy
      Ready for flight! Installed my GL winter hand guards on the 500.  I've used these guards on several bikes now and they are great for below 30 deg riding. I've used several other brands that didn't hold up over time, the GL guards are legit and hold up extremely well (this is the 3rd bike this set has been on). Very tough and resilient.

      Just to answer a couple questions...no they don't catch wind and yank the bike all over, no they don't adversely affect handling, they DO help keep your hands warm and dry during the winter months, they DO look odd but I'll trade that for warm hands . They attach to the bike with the GL polyurethane possibilities straps (note: I always drill a hole and pin the GL guards to the bikes handguards to keep them securely in place and to keep from having to constantly readjust them).

      If your looking for warmth I'd highly recommend the GL guards for wet/winter riding.

      And there you have it.....KTM 500 Dumbo edition lol.







      Mounting hole that I added...keeps the guards in one place and is easily removable.














      Hodakaguy
    • By ThumperTalk
      Bar clamp-mounted handguard and adjustable steering damper mountCNC-machined aircraft spec 6061 T-6Precise fit and easy mounting of handguardsIsolate the steering damper in the precise location while allowing customized handlebar position (to the extent of triple clamp/bar clamp adjustment available, i.e., KTM stock triple clamp has four bar positions)Allow handlebars to naturally flex; quick removal for HGs and motoHandguards feature twist- and bend-resistant mountingCrossbars radius eliminates rider contact points and cablesWork with Scotts/Ohlins and GPR V1 or standard dampersInclude bar mount, handguards, damper mount and Grade 8 mounting hardwareBlack shields included
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