Dlux Saddlebag Skid Plates

azzkikr1Stretched and lowered touring bags look good but all know that you keep scratching them when you turn. Well, the solution to minimize the damage is to install skid plates. These ones offered by Canadian based Asskikr Custom Cycles are made from high quailty polished stainless and are secured by strong 3M adhesive.

azzkikr2They run the full length of your bag and roll under and around to protect the side and the bottom of any aftermarket or standard bags .They can take the worst punishment, save your expensive paint. If you have longer than typical saddlebags they can make them for 6 ,8 or virtually any length of stretch. Sold as a pair. Standard skid plates are $79.89 (can be custom made in brass or titanium) Call 604-539-1930 or order online at Azzkikr Custom Cycles.

7 Responses to “Dlux Saddlebag Skid Plates”

  1. 1 Roger Davenport Apr 25th, 2013 at 9:08 am

    It will not prevent the bags from getting loose when hitting the pavement.

  2. 2 Kelly Apr 25th, 2013 at 10:31 am

    Are 3M adhesive strips enough to hold when scrapping?

  3. 3 Hofmann Apr 25th, 2013 at 11:18 am

    these kick ass. just installed them on 2 bikes!

  4. 4 hk Apr 25th, 2013 at 12:57 pm

    yes they hold with the 3m ,Weve had them on the same bike for 3 years and they are still holding strong and itgets the crap kicked out of them .lol.

    thanks hormann ,we are honored to have our parts on any of your builds you build some very cool rides

  5. 5 mkv Apr 25th, 2013 at 7:08 pm

    That is one insane profit margin

  6. 6 Troll Apr 26th, 2013 at 1:54 pm

    I’d rather be able to corner without touching anything down…I wonder how they would survive the tail of the Dragon?

  7. 7 hk Apr 26th, 2013 at 4:45 pm

    not sure why MKV thinks we have a huge profit margin ,after they are cut ,pressed,polished again ,3m tape and packaged its not just a sugar and water slurpee ,lol there is more to selling something in north america than what you think something is worth raw untouched by paid humans .

    yes they would outlast the dragon if you plan on dragging your bags .We drag our bikes on those plates literally all year from front to back depending on how you set up your air ride

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