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Moose Racing Product: Flex Handguards

Motorcycle Parts

The new Flex Handguards from Moose Racing provide riders with valuable hand protection when charging down the trail.

The state-of-the-art guards also feature a spring-loaded hinge that enable the guards to pivot forward (along with your folding levers) in the event of a crash, thus reducing the chance of breakage.

The Flex Handguards are now available from your local Parts Unlimited dealer. To find a dealer near you or to check out other new products from Moose Racing, please visit MooseRacing.com.

Flex Handguards Features

• Designed for durability and functionality
• T6061 aluminum bracket supporting an open ended polypropylene rail that will
give the support you need yet still flex back under an impact
• Spring loaded aluminum hinge enables the contour deflector to pivot forward along with your folding levers in the event of a fall, but will hold in place while
blocking debris from other machines
• The system will support the popular Moose Contour Deflector and will be
available in all of the Contour Deflector colors.
• Sold in pairs
• Replacement Mount (0635-0695) $34.95
• Made in the USA
• Retail Price: $49.95
• Part Numbers & Colors:
0635-0688 WHITE/BLACK
0635-0689 BLUE/WHITE
0635-0690 BLACK/BLACK
0635-0691 RED/BLACK
0635-0692 BLACK/ORANGE
0635-0693 YELLOW/BLUE
635-0694 GREEN/SILVER

About Moose and Moose Utility Division
As the industry leader in motorcycle/ATV parts and accessories, Moose has dedicated itself to providing riders and racers alike with the highest quality and best performing products available. With thousands of items ranging from riding gear, jackets and boots to gaskets, t-handles and fender bags, Moose has you covered. Whether you’re trail riding with friends, hunting in the woods or jumping Supercross triples, Moose offers the most comprehensive list of products in the industry to satisfy all your riding needs.

About Parts Unlimited
Parts Unlimited is the world’s largest distributor of aftermarket accessories in the powersports industry and is owned by LeMans Corporation headquartered in Janesville, Wisconsin. Parts Unlimited sells to over 12,000 dealerships world wide and continues to expand its market penetration with its sister companies, Parts Canada, Parts Europe and Drag Specialties.
Parts Unlimited continues to promote racing through its campaign WE SUPPORT THE SPORT, helping to drive consumers to dealerships, while entertaining its dealers through hospitalities at the events it sponsors.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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