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I live in Lakewood. I bought a 696. Here are a couple pictures of mine.

I did a couple Termignoni carbon parts for heat on my right leg and for passengers legs. Otherwise I also did the short fender on the rear (termignoni as well). It looks great now, but I had do a bit of modifying to get it to fit and to get my plate on it. Key hole was too small and not notched, the license plate light holes didn't align with the light, so I had to elongate them to get it on and then none of the holes lined up with the plate holes... so I had to elongate my plate holes to get it on. Afterwards I had these tails hanging down, so I cut them off too. It looks good now, and in person you wouldn't be able to tell I did any modify to make it work.

One big plus about the termignoni plate thingy, is the rear blinkers are braced/reinforced with metal... making them a lot stronger and a lot less likely to break if you accidentally kick them.

Anyway, here are pics - bike has about 5500miles on it.





 

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Looks good, just left Avon Lake, OH. Beautiful area. I miss Ray's MTB. Enjoy the ride there were a lot of nice roads there, especially around Brunswick.
 

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Sorry mate, but I haven't a clue where youre talking about. I should have been more clear, Lakewood COlorado. Which is west of denver right up against the mountains.
 

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Looks good! Those new Monster's are pretty wild! I'm up in Laramie, Wy, about 2 hours north. Ever ride the Poudre Canyon? I've always wanted to, but haven't yet.
 

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No I haven't. I don't know where it is either. I'll check out where it is. It might start getting difficult to plan mountain rides, but maybe we could do one last mtn cruise for the season.
 
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