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Winterize your ride with Küryakyn!

Winterizing your motorcycle is an important part of ownership for those of us shacking up where the seasons change.  It’s important to tackle all the necessities before Old Man Winter rears his ugly head. To help ease the pain of stowing your baby away for four to six months, we’ve compiled a list of items […]

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I’ve Got at Least One Screw Loose!

Manufacturing tolerances vary from industry to industry; a watch maker’s precision is higher than a house-framer’s.  Motorcycle accessories fall somewhere in between. For this reason, when installing parts with more than one screw, it’s a good idea to start each one in its threaded hole before tightening them down. Leaving the screws loose allows you to align and position the part, reducing […]

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Zip Ties and Flesh Wounds

I like a neatly wired motorcycle.  It looks clean and professional; like the builder/owner really cares for their bike. You’ve probably installed a part that utilizes zip ties.  You may even have a handful in your tool kit for emergency roadside repairs (hint hint) ; ) What I don’t like is slicing my hands or […]

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Tech Tip Tuesday: How to Install a Curved License Plate Frame on your Street Glide

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Tech Tip Tuesday: How to Install Slanted Tips for Crusher Mufflers

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Tech Tip: Loctite

Working the phone lines here at Kuryakyn one of the most common questions I get is ” Do you have any installation tips?” Depending on the item I’m being asked about, I’m usually pretty quick to say “make sure you use thread locker”.  It’s no secret to anyone that rides that all motorcycles vibrate (some […]

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