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I have been enjoying the twisties and my "feelers" are ground down pretty good. Anyone know where I can get replacements? OEM seem to be running at $15 which is ridiculous.

In case I am getting my terminology mixed up....item #2 in the parts diagram below

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There are a plethora of ‘hero blobs’ available if you do a mooch about made from a selection of materials in differing lengths and materials. Nevertheless $15 are small potato’s considering what they do and the enjoyment you obviously get grinding them off.
 
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I have been enjoying the twisties and my "feelers" are ground down pretty good. Anyone know where I can get replacements? OEM seem to be running at $15 which is ridiculous.

In case I am getting my terminology mixed up....item #2 in the parts diagram below

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Just have to work on wearing down the chicken strips on your tires & you’ll be all set! J\k - I’ve ground my feelers down a few times too. That’s one of the worst sounds when you’re leaned over! I agree - the price for replacements is ridiculous for a disposable part.
 

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Just have to work on wearing down the chicken strips on your tires & you’ll be all set! J\k - I’ve ground my feelers down a few times too. That’s one of the worst sounds when you’re leaned over! I agree - the price for replacements is ridiculous for a disposable part.
Chicken strip? Crud did I accidently post in a sport bike forum again lol. This is the best tire wear I can achieve without causing damage =P

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