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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-20-2016, 09:53 AM Thread Starter
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Traxx-Rite Billet Aluminum Triple Clamps

Traxx-Rite Billet Aluminum TripleClamps – Now Only $499.95!!!


The OEM Honda triple clamps are flimsy, hollowed out pot metal. By hollowing out the lower clamp Honda dramatically increased flex. This makes the GL1800 feel sluggish to respond to inputs, lets it wallow in corners, and wander and wiggle on the highway.


Our Traxx-Rite Triple Clamp Set comes with a complete upper clamp, lower clamp, and “All Balls” tapered bearings pre-installed. There is absolutely no modification, additional parts, or relocation of anything, nor is there any stretching of cables required.


They simply bolt up exactly as stock, using the factory service manual.


The end results are more responsive steering, no more mid-corner corrections, more Comfort, Confidence, and Control!!!

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-21-2016, 08:25 AM
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Traxx-Rite Billet Aluminum TripleClamps – Now Only $499.95!!!


The OEM Honda triple clamps are flimsy, hollowed out cast aluminum.
You must have a different bike to me, mine are made from forged steel.
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You must have a different bike to me, mine are made from forged steel.
Ok, I made a slight error. The OEM clamps are not flimsy aluminum. They are in fact cheap pot metal, not really forged steel.
I have corrected my original post, thank you for bringing the mistake to my attention.
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