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  1. #16
    I got my windshield from Twisted Throttle and my hand guards that I got from Cycle Gear installed and with temps in the 50s here in Illinois was able to take a 58 mile ride as hadn't ridden since Dec. 22nd since we ice and snow and very cold temps. The new windshield and hand guards worked great. I also had heated Oxford grips on it but didn't need them yesterday. I now have 3,618 miles on the G310R that I got September 14th. My wife is anxiously awaiting the arrival of her 310GS.
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    Trackside Handguards

    Thanks for the post RIDERS. I just ordered a set of the hand guards you used for my wife's G310R. She needs some wind protection, and the $25 price is awesome!

  3. #18

    Puig Levers and Trackside Hand Guards

    A couple weeks ago, I finally got all the necessary part in to replace the factory levers with Puig's levers. They have a much better feel, better shape, and make the bike feel a little easier to ride.

    Also, thanks for RIDERS, I copied his idea and installed some hand guards.

    All items went on in just a few minutes, with minimal effort.

    - Trent
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  4. #19
    For reference if you change your own oil and filter, it takes a 64mm, 14 flute filter wrench to fit the filter.
    Last edited by PGlaves; 05-15-2018 at 02:43 PM.
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    Hand Guards

    [QUOTE=RIDERS;1115638]I got my windshield from Twisted Throttle and my hand guards that I got from Cycle Gear installed and with temps in the 50s here in Illinois was able to take a 58 mile ride as hadn't ridden since Dec. 22nd since we ice and snow and very cold temps. The new windshield and hand guards worked great. I also had heated Oxford grips on it but didn't need them yesterday. I now have 3,618 miles on the G310R that I got September 14th. My wife is anxiously awaiting the arrival of her 310GS.[/QUOTE

    What model hand guard did you get from cycle gear?
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  6. #21
    Here is the link to the hand guards and only $39.99. I have them on my 310R and my wife has them on her 310GS. We put some decorative duct tape on the inside to cover the holes.
    https://www.cyclegear.com/parts/trac...aluminum-mount

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    Strap Wrench

    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
    For reference if you change your own oil and filter, it takes a 64mm, 14 flute filter wrench to fit the filter.
    Or an Ace Hardware strap wrench.
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  8. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by WooDmEn View Post
    Or an Ace Hardware strap wrench.
    Maybe. My strap wrench kept slipping so I ordered an "end-cap" style one to make life more simple. It cost $3.95 with free shipping.
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    Paul, Where did you order your filter wrench? Thanks

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    Strap Wrench

    My strap wrench is rubber and so I just pull on it to stretch it before locking it by rotating the handle and it works. That being said, Iíll order a cap wrench for four bucks when Brother Paul discloses his source.
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  11. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by RIDERS View Post
    Paul, Where did you order your filter wrench? Thanks
    Whoops! The price is now $6.50 - but still worthwhile.

    https://www.amazon.com/STEELMAN-0613...BKQG7A3AZDT187
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    Barkbuster

    Quote Originally Posted by RIDERS View Post
    I got my windshield from Twisted Throttle and my hand guards that I got from Cycle Gear installed and with temps in the 50s here in Illinois was able to take a 58 mile ride as hadn't ridden since Dec. 22nd since we ice and snow and very cold temps. The new windshield and hand guards worked great. I also had heated Oxford grips on it but didn't need them yesterday. I now have 3,618 miles on the G310R that I got September 14th. My wife is anxiously awaiting the arrival of her 310GS.
    I couldnít get that same set of Barkbuster to go around the master cylinder.
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