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Reviews of Wunderlich hand guards (tint) K1600GT/1600GTL/Bagger/GA 2017 on

Hand guards Timothy Jackson on Jun 01, 2021

Rating: 4

Absolutely brilliant! The instructions were a bit suspect but once you worked it out they fitted perfectly

Hand Guards David Garrad on Apr 14, 2021

Rating: 4

Really good quality hand guards that do an excellent job of deflecting the air. Easy to fit 👍

K1600 GTLE Hand guards Graham Roberts on Feb 18, 2019

Rating: 1

Un impressed with item as it caused a scratch to my tank when handle bars on full lock and didn’t appear to make any difference

Handguards Steven Hirons on Oct 06, 2018

Rating: 5

A brilliant piece of kit. Instructions are not very good, but. It's not rocket science to fit the guards. Brilliant delivery by NN

K1600gt hand guards Richard on May 19, 2018

Rating: 4

These are an improvement over the ones I had for my 2014 GT which would not fit the 2018 model. The quality is very good but again let down by the very poor instructions. The bolts they tell you to use are the wrong size so you have to play trial and error. All of the bolts needed are included and also the spaces.

Wunderlich Hand Guards Neil Gardner on May 01, 2018

Rating: 5

Very easy to fit and provide good protection from the wind

Wunderlich K1600 Hand Guards Ross Beamer on Apr 21, 2018

Rating: 5

Fitting went well although another pair of hands is handy to hold the lever assemblies while getting the bolts back in. After a quick road test of the hand guards. Ambient temp around 9c/48f degrees, wearing my summer gloves which are ventilated and I didn't put the heated grips on. At speeds of up to 60mph there was little or no draught through the gloves and my hands felt ok, at 70mph (and upwards ) there was a noticeable but slight draught through the glove vents and my hands were beginning to feel the cold but nothing that wouldn't have been sorted out by using the grip heaters. With so little draught through my gloves I think the guards are moving a lot of air away from my hands and I guess if I was in the wet it would do the same for the rain. The only thing I noticed was that the right hand guard would vibrate more than the left when going over uneven surfaces and at speed, I put this down to the left hand guard bracket actually resting against the top of the clutch lever clamp (you are provided with some sticky back rubber to place between the clamp and the guard), whereas the right hand bracket is a few millimetres above the clamp and so doesn't have the same support as the left one. It should be sorted with a thicker bit of rubber between the two but would have been nice if it was supplied with some. First impressions? Very happy with them, they are very well made and easy to install and most importantly seem to do the job of guarding the hands and they don't look too bad on the bike either.

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