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Ok most of you have already seen most of these, but I did separate reviews, so that just in case someone wanted to only see one topic rather than a 14 minute long video(like my first one) that combines them all.

I also have a few new things, like my helmet review, bar ends, spools, and chain lube.

Wanted to make a review as to where I think switches for heated grips COULD go.... if you want to hide them, and just went crazy fom there because I had a bit of time to kill.







AND!!! the original I did, just because. Inc ase anyone missed it.
 

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They protect your frame in case you crash, your muffler would be toast, but the frame would be good. lessons damage.
They also allow you to use a better jackstand liek this.
http://stores.sportbiketrackgear.com/Detail.bok?no=81

Rear spool stands are safer and more stable than the ones that go on your rear fork like these.
http://www.amazon.com/Venom-Motorcycle-Swingarm-Paddock-Kawasaki/dp/B0036QZ8VQ/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1353358006&sr=8-10&keywords=rear+stands


I got my stands before I got spools so I ended up with the crappy ones that go on your rear fork, and well... they work and are cheap, but I do nto trust em as much as I would a spool stand.
 
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