Skid Plates???

lowdog

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You all that have been running ex bags do you have them or dont bother. I see Milw. Bagger sells em for caugh caugh 80 bucks.
 

Chad263

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There worth it I ruined a set of bags from dragging them all the time. its easy to drag them when your screwing off riding with your buddys
 

yardsale

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I'll have to have something. I know how I get up in the twisties... I've been wandering how those old style curb-feelers would work? I'd probably pee a little every time they hit
 

dbell66253

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I plan on getting extended bags soon, and was wondering about this subject, seems the skid plates are just metal, and not very fancy, so why the high cost? I may try to find somebody with some, and unless it's complicated I'll probally take measurements and build them myself.
 

Bagged64

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Why not just attach some titanium blacks to the back. You'll save the bags and throw some sparks at the same time. Now that is showing off!
 

Bagged64

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Damn, should have kept it to myself and done a video. I'm still painting my tins, but will try it once I get it all back together. Time to extend the bags I guess.
 

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