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Bar end weights and the interior part

I'm putting new bar end weights because one's missing and other is ugly but I'm also missing the interior part. Now i know that part is for vibrations too but how much effect will there be without it and with aftermarket bar ends only?
I'm not sure I could easily find a place to buy the part i need but if it really affects handling and reduces vibrations or whatever I'd get it in time.
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I've ridden my 09 for many years wihout bar ends.

I use Woodcraft clip ons with the 7/8" tubes.

Tubes have no provision for bar end weights, don't miss them.

I've no problem with vibration or handling.

IMHO, bar end weights are not necessary.
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Thanks, I've found conflicting information online. Doesn't help i have some metal in my arm which wouldn't be pleased with ton of vibration i assume, can't wait to take that crap out...
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vibration on these bikes is minimal.

try riding a bigger single cylinder bike.

try holding the grips very lightly.

Like you're using a screwdriver.

there's threads OTF on this....
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