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they are definitely a good thing to have IMO, a little extra protection for your rads. I have put the Worksconnection ones on my bike this winter, overall good product...

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I had one guy tell me he had a nasty spill on a trail into a tree and it bent the Radiator brackets and Shrouds back to the seat he was able to bend them back with no damage to the Rad would this have been the case if he had Brackets on or would there be more damage ?

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I had one guy tell me he had a nasty spill on a trail into a tree and it bent the Radiator brackets and Shrouds back to the seat he was able to bend them back with no damage to the Rad would this have been the case if he had Brackets on or would there be more damage ?

If he had the brackets the radiators probably would not have bent back at all. :applause:

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get the flatland ones because you get the most bang for your buck. The protect the side, front, and have a rear support. Kind of like braces and cages in one.

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get the flatland ones because you get the most bang for your buck. The protect the side, front, and have a rear support. Kind of like braces and cages in one.

yeh that is what i am running and they are amazing

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