Happy Trails PD NERF ENGINE GUARDS Honda Africa Twin CRF1000L

Protect your bike and look good doing it with Happy Trails Nerf Guards for the CRF1000L Africa Twin

Special Price $254.99 Regular Price $299.99
SKU
HTP3-2-5

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Protect your fine Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin with the best.

Happy Trails Nerf Bars protect the engine, fuel tank and side panels on your bike, giving you the confidence to take it everywhere it was designed to go, both on and off-road.

Features:

  • Provides the highest level of protection to keep the bike off ground
  • Compatible with HT Universal Highway Pegs for ergonomic comfort
  • Compatible with HT Nerf Bags for convenient, easy-access storage
  • Made from 1" drawn-over-mandrel (DOM) tube
  • Includes one set (two sides) PD Nerf Bars and mounting hardware

 

Jason says: "The DOM tube is more costly than the standard industry "hot roll electric weld" tube (HREW) but we find that with motorcycles vibrating the way they do, the DOM weld zone withstands years of use and holds up in a crash. The tensile strength of DOM tube is almost double of that in HREW tube."

Compatible on Honda CRF1000L models only with the brand new and exciting Happy Trails Skid Plate

Designed and built in Idaho by riders for riders
and tested by riders around the world

All Happy Trails products are designed and crafted in Boise, Idaho

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  • Will your lower engine guards fit the 2018 Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sport without removing the OEM light bar?
    Question by: Tim Bernard on 2018-10-16 20:04:00

    The factory light bar is not compatible with our Crash bars.   The protection was redundant, we feel our system offers complete protection.   Please see our solution for light mounting HERE.

    Answer by: Tim on 2018-10-16 16:04:00
  • Do you guys have pics of the bike lying on its side, I'm wondering how high the guards hold the bike. Also, any large pics? The zoom function is helpful, but it'd still be nice to see the guards from different angles.
    Question by: Jim on 2016-08-02 17:37:00

    We did not take apicture of the bike on its side.

    Did you check out our Facebook Live Post 

     

    Answer by: Tim on 2016-08-02 13:37:00