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post #1 of 6 Old Mar 23rd, 2014, 7:39 am Thread Starter
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Rubber guards for trim

Does anyone know who sells the stick on black rubber guards for the chrome that is on the side bags? Thanks
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Does anyone know who sells the stick on black rubber guards for the chrome that is on the side bags? Thanks
Try here.
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http://www.bmrproducts.com/products.php?cat=10

BMR has them for 50.00


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I recently purchased a set, make sure they check the length of the long pieces, mine were a little short.
Quality is good and they seem secure once on.
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Re: Rubber guards for trim

Just ordered a set. I had reflecter tape covering the tip over scratches PO had used.


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I recently purchased a set, make sure they check the length of the long pieces, mine were a little short.
Quality is good and they seem secure once on.
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Except for being a little short.

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