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Old 02-01-10, 10:37   #1
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Cox Radiator Guards are an inexpensive solution to a potentially very expensive problem; a leaky radiator can lead to not only rashed bodywork, but also an over-heated motor, leaking head gasket … a trip to the hospital – the list goes on and on.

These screens come shaped to fit your specific motorcycle and include everything you need for an effortless installation with or without the radiator mounted to your bike. Each guard’s frame is constructed from 5051 aluminum and the expanded aluminum screen is durable, yet lightweight and strong to withstand debris.

Call TJ at 866.931.6644 ext 817 to have him send you this ten minute winter project. Email too, works; send those to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM.

Simple instructions, sticker-backed foam pads, zip ties and stickers come with every Cox Radiator Guard. Here is the guard built specifically for the Daytona 675.


To install, first apply the foam pads to the top and bottom of the rad guard.
[IMG]http://ridersdiscount.com/forum/cox_racing_group/radiator_guard_cox_racing_triumph_675_2.jpg

Next, loosely wrap the zip ties through their mounting point at the top of the radiator then screw any hardware in place that goes between the radiator and the guard. In the case of the Daytona 675, there is only one bolt that attaches to the lower part of the screen.


Once installed, your radiator is well protected for large debris that could punch a hole or severely dent it, both can compromise your engine’s ability to stay within safe running temperatures.


Here are a couple of pictures in red





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Old 02-01-10, 15:47   #2
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does radiator have to be removed to install this? and does anyone have a pic of it installed on the bike?
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I would say it doesn't have to be removed but that does make it easier. You will have to unbolt the lower mount.
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gotcha.... any pics installed on the 675? and ill take a pm on price please
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No pics yet (our bike is in about 500 pieces right now.)
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can u get these in colors?
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i need this. i had a huge piece of broken glass crack my radiator in my first six months with this bike. very very expensive radiator... can i get a price. comin this april im going to start adding all those bits on my list
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Damn you!

Can I have a PM on price please

+2 on different colours available if possible
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Don't have a picture, but I can tell you they are very easy to install... they come with instructions. I have one on mine.. it's pretty cheap insurance.
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You wusses, just buy it and spray paint it.
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