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1.5 hour, semi-custom install. trim upper corners nearest frame, to provide clearance for clutch cable and wire harness. after install, the radiators become one with the frame. very, very stout units, doubt i will ever tweak a radiator again. very impressed, indeed. excellent value. paul

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Fifth gear, wide open throttle, off trail over a 20' bank, these babies saved my rads. not that difficult to mount, a little bit of tweaking to get them set up. Would definately recommend them.

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I haven't had the pleasure of crashing to test them out yet but i'm sure they will handle quite a bit of force (judging by the heavy duty design). Easy install, some slight hiccups here and there caused by the learning curve but if I have to do it again it will be a breeze. A+

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The BEST radiator guards on the makrket! Instalation was simple took me about an hour. The only thing they need to add is 1/4" nylon spacers for the lower shroud mounts. (CRFs ONLY How to section on Unabiker Radiator Guards instalation makes it easy! Great Job OFG!)

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Once you have had to pay for a new radiator, you will appreciate these things.... They offer excellent protection to side loads and frontal protection. I have ridden very slowly in very hot conditions without overheating. I bought black anodized, which looks sharp. The instructions are minimal, so study carefully before installation. Installation went fairly easily, with a little muscle here and there to line up bolt holes. No trimming was required. Top triple clamp just touches left guard when steering is turned all the way left. Overall a very good product that will give you confidence out on the trail.

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Nice! very rigid! If you crash in the middle of 10-buck-5 you will be glad your radiator is not bent to hell and bleading. Highly recomended unless you like pushing your ride. Nice writeup from OFG on this web site. (look in the how to section)

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