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Tabasco
Wed Jan 09 2019, 01:25pm
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Okay, the title is only in case my wife is perusing the forum titles.

For the rest of you, thought I'd show off the new shoes I got for my rider HP2......






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r083rt
Wed Jan 09 2019, 07:54pm
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Those are some great looking "lamp stands"!

Can't wait to see them fitted to the bike!

Cheers.
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marret
Thu Jan 10 2019, 11:46am
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Yeah, what he said. Love to see them on the bike.
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SnoDawg
Thu Jan 10 2019, 02:16pm
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Those Woodys rims are real works of art!

I can't wait to see pics of them unwrapped and on the bike.

Sno Dawg
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Tabasco
Thu Jan 10 2019, 04:17pm
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r083rt wrote ...

Those are some great looking "lamp stands"!

Can't wait to see them fitted to the bike!

Cheers.


Robert, your old bike seems happy in its new home. With these new slippers, it's like a spa....



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Tabasco
Thu Jan 10 2019, 04:19pm
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SnoDawg wrote ...

Those Woodys rims are real works of art!

I can't wait to see pics of them unwrapped and on the bike.

Sno Dawg



Shhhhhh, I have Woody's building me a 19 inch front also. They have a shelf full of HP2 hubs so I said, WTF, let's buy one and build a 19 incher for the street so I can throw some standard Tourance's on the beast.
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SnoDawg
Fri Jan 11 2019, 03:56am
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My set of Woody's for my HP2



in the woods




so much nicer than the stock rims...
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marret
Fri Jan 11 2019, 12:05pm
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My Woody's 19" front. They were out of the BMW style rims when I got mine. No pretty blue unfortunately.

One the Tail:


In the woods:


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oldfool
Fri Jan 11 2019, 12:13pm
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For my 17-19 set up I have a set of GS cast rims. It is good to have options.
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SnoDawg
Fri Jan 11 2019, 01:41pm
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Hey oldfool,
Any pics of your setup?

Sno Dawg
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SnoDawg
Fri Jan 11 2019, 01:48pm
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Hey marrett,
Your bike always looks great in the pics you post - it has to be one of my favorite HP2s on the site! Do you get a lot of boot rub on your frame without any protection? My old dirt-HP2 had so much of the paint rubbed off from offroad riding in my Sidi Crossfires. The blue frame was worn to the bare metal and the inside of my white Sidis where always blue after rides.

I tried to cover it with hockey tape and even zip ties but nothing seemed to work. In the pics of my other HP2 that are above this post, I have those guards and they work perfectly.

I guess I pinch my ankles a lot when I ride off road because I am constantly standing.

Sno Dawg
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marret
Sat Jan 12 2019, 12:50pm
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Thank you very much Sno Dawg.

I tried to buy the guards at one time, but they were not available at the time. I bought every other guard Touratech had available.

I put the clear bra/paint protection film on the frame in that area. Also, the Holan racks take a bit of the rub instead of the frame.

I normally wear Gaerne Balance boots with a 1/2 inch insert in the sole and the black from them does rub off. Never got any blue on my boots.
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rokrie
Sat Jan 12 2019, 01:38pm
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Hyde Racing is still producing these. Just ordered and have a set on the way for my Megamoto. Due Monday.

http://www.hyderacing.com/store/adventure/bmw/hp2.htm

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marret
Sat Jan 12 2019, 07:44pm
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Thanks, please post up a photo after you get them installed and let us know how you like them.
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HunSolo
Sun Jan 13 2019, 09:02am
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I've had the Hyde Racing, Touratech and Wunderlich frame guards. The Hydes are my favorite.
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