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StompGrip Tank Grip Traction Pads for Triumph 675

A favorite of street riders and racers alike, StompGrip tank pads make your life easier by reducing fatigue while at the same time, increasing rider confidence. This is done by employing a patent-pending elastomer material which gently grips your leathers to provide greater control of the bike with less effort. The elastomer material isn’t super abrasive or otherwise damaging to your leathers like grip tape can be. It’s designed to wear out and be replaced after grip levels decline – similar to tires, only these tank traction pads last a lot longer! Every Stomp Grip pad is specifically designed for each model and is held in place with a strong 3M adhesive that goes on easily and, should you need to have your tank painted, comes off clean. Clear and black versions are available for most bikes so if you have some special graphics you want to show off, go with the see-through clear version!

StompGrip traction pads are not yet available on our website. To order yours, call TJ at 866.931.6644 x 817 or send an email to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM with 675 STOMPGRIP PADS in the subject line and be sure to include the model/year of the motorcycle you’re riding and whether you want clear or black so we can get back to you right away.

StompGrip traction pads are designed to fit on the side of your bike’s fuel tank – the area where the most grip is available for hanging off. After installation, you’ll find it takes less effort to move around and hold onto your machine.


Daytona 675 StompGrip traction pads.

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Price to 48073 please, for 09 Daytona. Thanks :-)

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Price to 22041 for '07 Daytona. Thanks
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price please! and what would you suggest for strictly track use? Stomp grip or the snake skin techspec or the c3 techspec?
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Stomp Grip for track only, Tech Spec snakeskin for track/street, Tech Spec C3 for street only.
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cool, thanks TJ!
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Stomp Grip in Clear to 90247 please. 2010 D675 SE. Thank you.

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