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BRP M10 Flexx Mounts - Hand Guard Mounts

BRP M10 Flexx Mounts - Hand Guard Mounts
Brand: BRP
Product Code: BMI-1056-03-M10
Price: $75.00
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The Newly Designed 2nd Generation BRP M10 Flexx Mounts uses a 10mm bolt that threads directly into the steel pivot pin on the Fasst Company Flexx Bars. This new and improved design is stronger and more durable than the previous design which utilized a 8mm bolt. The BRP M10 Flexx Mounts will allow you to mount most popular style aluminum hand guards to you Fasst Company Flexx Bars. The BRP Flexx Mounts were designed in such a way that they do not prevent the the flexx system from working. The BRP Flexx Mounts were designed exclusively for Cycra Probend hand guards and in most cases can be used with other aftermarket hand guards with little modifications. The Flexx Mounts are manufactured from billet 6061 T-6 aluminum to our high quality standards of fit and finish and feature our signature black anodize with laser etched BRP logo.

 

SPECIAL NOTES:

This new style hand guard mount requires the Flexx Bars to have the M10 Threaded Steel Pivot Pin. If your Flexx bars do not have 10mm threaded pin you will need to use the CHG-1056-02-M8 Flexx Mounts.


Hand guards are made as a universal product and every setup is different. There are several variables that influence the fit of these type of hand guards; such as bar width, height, position etc. When installing new hand guards it's usually best to fit the hand guards up and float them in before you tighten any bolts. In some cases it may be necessary to slightly bend the hand guard to fit correctly especially if your running a very narrow handlebar.

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