Author crosstourer highlander crash bars and fog lights  (Read 1565 times)

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    crosstourer highlander crash bars and fog lights
    on: Nov 04, 2020, 09.39 pm
    Nov 04, 2020, 09.39 pm
    I have a crosstourer highlander with the crash bar and fog lights that come with it stock. I need to replace the crash bar. Is it possible to mount those lights on other crashbars, such as the givi TN1110?

    Does the honda dealer sell the highlander crashbar separately?

    Thanks

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    Re: crosstourer highlander crash bars and fog lights
    Reply #1 on: Nov 05, 2020, 09.58 am
    Nov 05, 2020, 09.58 am

    They are available, though very expensive. Another alternative could be the Heed crash bars. You might need to make some brackets to take your oem lights. Or try eBay for a used oem bar.
    Last Edit: Nov 05, 2020, 09.59 am by T24

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    Re: crosstourer highlander crash bars and fog lights
    Reply #2 on: Sep 27, 2022, 04.25 pm
    Sep 27, 2022, 04.25 pm
    Hi.  I fitted the Heed ones recenty; great value and fit.  Easy and well made.  On the OE lights. I have fitted them onto the Heed bars using rivet nuts. Look ok. I didn't want to lose the safety aspect of what are very good lights.








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    Re: crosstourer highlander crash bars and fog lights
    Reply #3 on: Yesterday at 01:29 pm
    Yesterday at 01:29 pm
    With the heed, is it possible to remove the side panels?

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    Re: crosstourer highlander crash bars and fog lights
    Reply #4 on: Yesterday at 03:15 pm
    Yesterday at 03:15 pm
    Hi. I reckon they are removable . Also the Heed is very easy to remove . Just one side if that’s all you need. Three bolts per side : two into the frame and the shared 13 mm under the head light . I’m going to fit bumpers as well . Ken

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    Re: crosstourer highlander crash bars and fog lights
    Reply #5 on: Today at 08:52 am
    Today at 08:52 am
    My problem with the honda crashbar is not that they are easy to remove, its that it need to remove the led lights cable as well, you take 10 minutes more for nothing.
    on top of that, when you touch it, it moves.... not very safe I guess..

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    Re: crosstourer highlander crash bars and fog lights
    Reply #6 on: Today at 09:54 am
    Today at 09:54 am
    Hi. I agree. I had already spliced a quick release connector into both LED lights a while back, so that when I needed to remove the feather lite Honda bar i just had to unplug each light and then take the bar off for whatever reason. Uts easy to do, up near the headlight.  So with the heeds I can just unlug one or both lights before takine one or both Heed bars off...  ken

     



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