My goal for the Versys is to eventually be able to handle Fire roads (maintained dirt roads) along with the typical pavement. I've ran over some items the 1st my own fault and the 2nd just bad timing on my other bikes, and I just want this one to get me home when I'm out and about. So I ordered the Skid Plate and got it installed. It was pretty straight forward and fairly easy.
Looks pretty stout. What are the red and silver doo-dadds attached to your front fender mounting bolts?
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Jeff ReichelPalmer, ALASKA 1 Tim 6:11-12 "FIGHT the GOOD Fight" There is no inappropriate temperature to ride a motorcycle…just inappropriate layers of protection. 2011 ADVersys To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 0 or greater. You currently have 0 posts.
Is there a large gap between the bottom of the skid plate and the underside of the engine. It seems that the clearness with T Rex skid plate is very low to the ground. Skid plates normally have about 1 to .5 of an inch of buffer. I looked at the SW-Motech skid plate and it clearness seems larger, meaning skid plate is closer to the engine.