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Looking To Buy The Following Items....

What is the best website or vendor to go through to buy these things???

  1. Tank Pad
  2. Knee Pad (for the side of the tank)
  3. Grunge Brush
  4. Maxima Chain Wax
  5. Kriega R25 Back Pack
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Look into STG or riders discount. Between them you can get all those items, if not getting them all through 1 of them. They are both on the forum here.


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I'm not sure if they're going to have all those items but I bought a lot of my stuff from motorcycle-superstore.

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I've had a good experience with STG. I would also recommend looking for some of this stuff at a local shop. It's going to be a little more expensive but you get to meet some cool people, get the items instantly, and support local business.
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for #2, I believe you're referring to "stomp grips". Just a heads up in case you go searching online and have a hard time finding it because you're searching for knee pads.

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I love STG. As far as stomp grips, I bought mine off of ebay for $15 and I love them, can't beat the price!

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I can buy buy knee grips AKA stom grips, but wont look right on my bike b/c I have the tribal edition RR


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There are clear stomp grips you can purchase so your tribal still shows. With clear, however, you have to be more careful when applying it to the tank to make sure you get rid of as much air bubbles.


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Amazon... eBay... STG..

Not sure of their inventory but feel your list should be done with one or 2 of them with decent pricing


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I can't stay off eGay. I buy alot of my small stuff there. Like grips and earplugs and such. Find some nice deals with no shipping


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There are clear stomp grips you can purchase so your tribal still shows. With clear, however, you have to be more careful when applying it to the tank to make sure you get rid of as much air bubbles.


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ebay would be the best one to go through these things i am sure you would definitly explore out these entire commodities instantly
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So far I've bought the tank pad and Kreiga back pack.


I will be buying the grunge brush and chain wax from Motorcycle super store.

As for the clear stomp grips, will get this from the vendor Disco from this site

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Installing the clear grips gave me a result sorta like putting an Invisible Shield on my phone - there were lots of tiny bubbles the first couple of days, but then they disappeared. When you do yours, keep that in mind so you don't drive yourself crazy trying to get them all out, like I did.

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Installing the clear grips gave me a result sorta like putting an Invisible Shield on my phone - there were lots of tiny bubbles the first couple of days, but then they disappeared. When you do yours, keep that in mind so you don't drive yourself crazy trying to get them all out, like I did.

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Nah the bubbles will go away with the heat of the sun..

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Check ebay, I got my grips for $15


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I will be buying the grunge brush and chain wax from Motorcycle super store.
Cycle gear in Schaumburg will have the chain wax and brush in the store. The chain brush is $6.49. You can buy three for $12.49 which is cheaper than one from Motorcycle Superstore.

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I've had a good experience with STG. I would also recommend looking for some of this stuff at a local shop. It's going to be a little more expensive but you get to meet some cool people, get the items instantly, and support local business.
^^^ THIS!!!!!!

The internet is destroying brick and mortar stores and mostly because anyone or their mother can run an online store and never even stock anything. They just have it dropped shipped from the factory on items. Plus they don't have to pay rent on a building, pay employees, pay utilities, insurance, all the headache of running a business.

So buy local when you can even if it's a few bucks more (less its cycle gear or chaparell... **** those guys). You'll be really bummed if your local dealer ever goes out of biz
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