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10 Affordable Farkles for Under $40

Upgrade your ride without downgrading your dough.

Published on 01.10.2015

8. Tusk Heated Grip Kit ($19.99)

tusk heated grip kit; affordable farkles

  Works on motorcycles with a 12 volt source.
  Power switch includes high and low settings.
  Heat panel fits underneath your grips of choice.

When the outside temperature is coming between you and your motorcycle ride, heated grips can be your bridge. Nothing ruins a trip like numb appendages and sometimes that can be enough to prevent you from even hopping on the bike. Ride year round? It’s possible! This heated grip kit has helped a number of motorcycle adventurers — throughout a number of locations — keep their hands comfy and cozy.


There are a number of options out there boasting to protect you from the chill of Jack Frost, but this budget Heated Grip Kit does a good job of fending off the cold for a lot less money. It features two settings to keep your hands either lukewarm or toasty. The heat panel fits under the grips for easy installation and they work with your favorite pair of grips. Partner the heated grips with a solid pair of cold-weather riding gloves — even some handlebar mitts, and the Tusk Heated Grip Kit keeps you comfortable on a four-season adventure.

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Author: Kyra Sacdalan

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12 thoughts on “10 Affordable Farkles for Under $40

  1. This is not a simple bolt on item (Tusk 1 1/8″ handlebar). Even the photo shows you need something like the Roxx bar risers to make it bit as the stock mount is for 7/8″ bars. This fact was not mentioned in the article.

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  3. How did you put the bar ends back in that klr? Just did this mod on m y 2014 klr but don’t know how to put the bar ends back

  4. Coleman saddle pad is barely a half inch thick and pretty useless. I gave mine away for free after a 600 mile ride in which mine did ZIP ZILCH NADA for comfort. In fact, I rode through rain and it made my behind and inner thighs feel about 1000x’s worse than if I didn’t have it.

    • Everyone’s different, I guess: I’ve heard a few different guys praise the Coleman as a cheap, yet useful add-on that gave them some saddle relief.

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