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|FT293AS-L&R||Series 'D' Crash Bars - Pair|
Pair of crash bars for the Black Prince/Knight.
Finished in Primer with the engine cover mounting lugs undrilled for you to get them in the correct position.
True, I suppose for an enclosed D. They work just fine for an open one. I made mine out of stainless threaded rod, tubing and nuts. Either the club didn't have them at the time or I didn't know they did. Polishing the tubing was a lot of work.Graham, you can't use the straight bar for a 'D'.
From my experience at a 70 mph 'off' the UFM is not at risk. The threaded 'joiner' in the middle seems to be of a non tensile material and in my case it bent.With the straight crash bar, if you come off, what are the chances of the bar bending the ufm and/or damaging the bottom edge of the petrol tank?