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07-07-2018 12:19 PM
gixxerjasen
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Originally Posted by FreedomPenguin View Post
Tracking shows it was in was in Germany, then customs etc. just blowed my mind
Yep, shipping and stuff is unpredictable. I have a set of risers on my FJR that I got from Germany. Ordered like on Tuesday and had them in my hand on Friday. I've had stuff sent across town take longer than that.
07-07-2018 11:05 AM
FreedomPenguin Tracking shows it was in was in Germany, then customs etc. just blowed my mind
07-07-2018 03:16 AM
Slower and Slower FP, They came from the their US HQ Warehouse in Orlando Florida perhaps via a GSXS1k mounted Dispatch Rider ?

Rob.
07-06-2018 11:14 PM
FreedomPenguin went ahead and ordered those Germany puigs. had them in 2 days somehow. not even sure how thats possible.
but anyway, here. still havnt got them 100 percent equal yet in position. its a pain in the ass. so hard to tell. will take it for a ride tomorrow to get them perfect for visibility.
07-03-2018 06:37 PM
FreedomPenguin eh, found the puigs for 187 shipped. debating on doing it, sucks I spent 19 dollars on the cheapies lol

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Rear-View-M...53.m2749.l2649
07-01-2018 06:56 PM
RobertO
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Originally Posted by FreedomPenguin View Post
will puigs hold tension from wheelies? I did a few today and every time I land, they came loose. Even after tightening them up, they aren't sturdy enough to hold, even though the impact is gentle, its just not staying firm.

Which ones are coming loose? The stockers?
07-01-2018 04:42 PM
FreedomPenguin will puigs hold tension from wheelies? I did a few today and every time I land, they came loose. Even after tightening them up, they aren't sturdy enough to hold, even though the impact is gentle, its just not staying firm.
07-01-2018 08:25 AM
RobertO
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Originally Posted by FreedomPenguin View Post
Anyone have these on their bike? I am looking @ puig/rizoma or these. I dont like that these dont screw down into the regular screw hole but has some adapter and pushes them back, seems weird to me. but I really like the look of the mirror.

I like the high-tech 2 Puig's too. pictured on this.

https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...type-2-mirrors

heres the driven ones
https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...BoCwCsQAvD_BwE
I'm not feeling the Driven ones. They look like they were made from spare pieces of an erector set. The Puig's are OK as long as they will position lower than the pic shown. Looks like they would.
07-01-2018 01:18 AM
FreedomPenguin Anyone have these on their bike? I am looking @ puig/rizoma or these. I dont like that these dont screw down into the regular screw hole but has some adapter and pushes them back, seems weird to me. but I really like the look of the mirror.

I like the high-tech 2 Puig's too. pictured on this.

https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...type-2-mirrors

heres the driven ones
https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...BoCwCsQAvD_BwE
06-28-2018 05:20 AM
dekker Put some B-King mirrors on mine that I had spare. More angular profile, suits the bike a bit better I think. Otherwise identical to originals.
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