Quick Release Clear Headlight Guard, BMW R1200GS / ADV 2013-on (Water Cooled)

Quick Release Clear Headlight Guard, BMW R1200GS / ADV 2013-on (Water Cooled)

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$103.00

Item # 045-5090

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Details

Don’t let the lights go out on your adventure. Protect your expensive R1200GS or GS Adventure headlight assembly with a strong full-protection clear plastic shield. The design blends in nicely with the unique lines of the water cooled R1200GS or GSA.

Touratech clear plastic headlight guards are made of high-strength Macrolon material and are specifically designed to maximize protection for for your expensive glass headlight lense and housing. The Touratech headlight guard has protection that extends down below the headlight to protect the optional BMW auxiliary light.

This quick-release headlight guard for the liquid-cooled BMW R1200GS removes instantly for easy access to clean dust or dirt off the headlight assembly and guard to maximize light output.

Product Features
  • Made of high strength Macrolon clear plastic
  • Fits BMW R1200GS Water Cooled Models 2013-on
  • Fits BMW R1200GS Adventure, 2014-on
  • Easy to install
  • Quick-release mounts allow you to remove guard to clean the light surface
  • Full coverage for headlight, and space beneath headlight
  • Critical protection for the expensive headlight assembly
  • Made in Germany by Touratech
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