Givi TN528 Crash Bars Engine Guards Suzuki DL1000 V-Strom ’02-’12

SKU:GIVI TN528

Description

Givi crash bars are designed to protect the engine in the event of a tip over or mild crash. Constructed of 1" diameter mild steel black finish. These rugged and aggressive looking crash bars are designed for the on/off road motorcycle enthusiast who needs overall better protection for the two-wheeled love in their life.

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SKU:
GIVI TN528
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Brand:
GIVI
Weight:
8.89 lbs
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Price

$136.80

Quantity

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Total

$136.80

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Description

What’s in the box:

  • Pair of GIVI Crash Bars

Fits:

  • Suzuki DL1000 V-Strom ’02-’12

 

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Part Numbers

Our part number: GIVI TN528
Manufacturer Number: TN528
GTIN13 / EAN Barcode: 8019606085733

Fitment

Fitment Associations

Year Make Model
Year Make Model
2002 - 2013 Suzuki V-Strom DL1000
All Years Suzuki V-Strom DL1000

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  1. Tmac

    Good experience

    Tmac

    I recently purchased a set of Givi crash bars for my DL 1000, have them installed, which was rather simple to do, and they work great. I used twisted throttle because they had the best price I could find on line.

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  2. Jerry659

    My kind of folks

    Jerry659

    Ordered a Givi crash guard for my V-strom Arrived very quick and the price was right

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  3. Mike

    Okay once I purchased the correct bolt size

    Mike

    Was excited about these Givi crashbars as they seem to be the most popular for the Vstrom.
    The initial assembly steps went pretty effortlessly once I was able to get the original chassis bolt out…..a bit difficult due to the loctite.
    But once I got to the final assembly step of joining the two main bars together, I found that the bolt was too short to join these pieces. If I left off the rubber O-rings used on the joiner, then the bolt would reach but this resulted in a fair amount of vibration and rattle at different RPM’s.
    I purchase a longer bolt (M8-45) from my local automotive shop, put the O-rings on and also slapped on some silicone sealant on the joiner. Vibration and rattling gone.

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  4. JDN

    Very satisfied

    JDN

    I’ve had these on my bike for about a month now. I’m very happy. Luckily I haven’t had any field testing first hand. However, based on the location I have full confidence in this product. The only issue is getting the fairings off, they don’t come off. You can still work around it, so it’s really just a minor inconvenience but not a deal breaker.

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  5. Slotintman

    Well worth the money

    Slotintman

    Not only do they look great but they work great too! From a stop I lost my footing and had to set the bike down, the bike set right on the crash bar until I could get help lifting the bike, a little black touch up paint and it’s like new again

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  6. Raymond

    Great crash bars for my 1000 VStrom

    Raymond

    Great bars at a great price. Shipping was fast, and bars were easy to install.

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  7. Idahoal

    Great fit!

    Idahoal

    Fast shipping and the bars were a good fit. They look good too!

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  8. Question

    Ian Robinson

    Do you post to New Zealand and how much,

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