R&G Tank Traction Grips for Royal Enfield Himalayan ’18-’19

SKU:RG.EZRG1400.P
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Description

Maintain better body position and precise control with R&G tank traction grips. Soft yet durable the grips' texture allows your legs to stick to your motorcycle which reduces fatigue and increases feedback. With high strength self-adhesive backing these pads are simple to install and will stay put even through hard riding. Ride with more confidence with tank traction grips by R&G. read more Brand:
SKU:
RG.EZRG1400.P
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0.25 lbs
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Features:

  • Soft yet durable texture
  • High strength self adhesive backing
  • Precision pre-cut
  • Engineered to increase control
  • 2 piece kit
  • Reduces fatigue

Includes:

  • Left and right side tank grips
  • Detailed instructions
  • R&G graphic emblems
Fitment Notes

2018-2019 Royal Enfield Himalayan

Part Numbers

Variation Our Part Number Manufacturer Number Other Identifiers
Color: Black RG.EZRG1400BL GTIN13 / EAN: 5054817130691
Color: Clear RG.EZRG1400CL GTIN13 / EAN: 5054817130707

Fitment

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MakeModelYear
MakeModelYear
Royal EnfieldHimalayan2018
Royal EnfieldHimalayan2019

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  1. Question

    Jerry

    Will this fit my 2020 Himalayan,
    The Previous owner put super glue to hold the pads on the gas tank, what do you suggest to get the glue off the gas tank

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    • Chris Briggs

      Hi Jerry,
      We can confirm these grips will fit your 2020 Royal Enfield Himalayan.
      Many motorcycle related forums and riders offer a variety of suggestions on how to remove super glue from the gas tank. Our suggestion would be to try dawn dish soap or bug and tar remover as these will not damage your paint work. You could always go visit a body shop and ask a professional for their advice. Best of luck!
      The Twisted Team

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