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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-07-2019, 03:51 PM Thread Starter
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Anybody know where these guards can be purchased (pictured below)? Have researched for a bit and asked several folks but no luck finding one for purchase online. Seems like they possibly come standard with G310GS in Southeast Asia?
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-07-2019, 05:46 PM
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I believe they are a sari guard - loads of asian bike have them.
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Already tried to google "bandidos" ??

https://bandidospitstop.com/collections/bmw
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The BBQ grill on the Left side is a homologation requirement in India so the bike has to be delivered with it installed.

If it is the Luggage Mounts/Saddle stays that you need then the options are Hepco & Becker, GS-ADV (Thailand), Aliexpress & Zana (India).

Most people would be happy to send you the Guard/BBQ Grill on the left for only the postage since almost everyone takes it off once they get the bike home.
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That's wrong! The grill must be placed on the right side above the exhaust. Then you can grill the steaks during the rides.

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Anybody know where these guards can be purchased (pictured below)? Have researched for a bit and asked several folks but no luck finding one for purchase online. Seems like they possibly come standard with G310GS in Southeast Asia?
It comes as stock in India, I can send you mine by ship or air. Nobody uses it here after the day of delivery

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Wow... why?

IMO fugly... like the Aussie fender/mudflap.
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Anybody know where these guards can be purchased (pictured below)? Have researched for a bit and asked several folks but no luck finding one for purchase online. Seems like they possibly come standard with G310GS in Southeast Asia?
It comes as stock in India, I can send you mine by ship or air. Nobody uses it here after the day of delivery [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/G310Rforum/smilies/tango_face_smile.png[/IMG]
Thanks shajufx, sent you a private message to arrange payment for shipping, guard, etc.

You know what they say - one man’s trash, another man’s treasure.
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Wow... why?

IMO fugly... like the Aussie fender/mudflap.
I believe it is there to stop a womans saree(sari) getting caught in the wheel when riding pillion seated sideways on the bike.

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