Kuryakyn Ring Of Fire


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Kuryakyn Ring Of Fire

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I have misplaced my hardware for the ring of fire, the bracket and the bolts, I called Kuryakyn and asked them if they can send replacement and I was advised that they do not, I am reaching out for any advise or help to get this for my front ring of fire.

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Whom is the "them" that you talked to????
Did you call this #: Toll Free: 866.277.9598
Another option would be to search for motorcycle salvage yards and call some of those.
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I did call that number and they transferred me to Tech Support, I explained what had happened and the guy basically said no.... I will check salvage yards, Thank you for the reply.

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So...that means I WON'T be buying from Kuryakyn...that is terrible customer support!
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Well, let's face it - Kuryakyn like so much other stuff is made in China, Bangladesh, Taiwan, Viet Nam, or some other far off distant land and Rings of Fire come as a package... So Kuryakyn's take on it is for you buy another Ring Of Fire... Yes, exceedingly poor support and business acumen but unfortunately like so many other things we buy these days - Chinese junk and Chinese junk support!!! Off soap box now...

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Lots of stuff from all of those places (China, Bangladesh, Taiwan, Viet Nam) results in a ring of fire. I'm not sure that it adds to the riding experience. :D
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West Oz Binder wrote:Lots of stuff from all of those places (China, Bangladesh, Taiwan, Viet Nam) results in a ring of fire. I'm not sure that it adds to the riding experience. :D
I've had a couple of Mexican products produce a ring of fire!!!!
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suvcw04 wrote:
West Oz Binder wrote:Lots of stuff from all of those places (China, Bangladesh, Taiwan, Viet Nam) results in a ring of fire. I'm not sure that it adds to the riding experience. :D
I've had a couple of Mexican products produce a ring of fire!!!!
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Can Do EOC wrote:I did call that number and they transferred me to Tech Support, I explained what had happened and the guy basically said no.... I will check salvage yards, Thank you for the reply.

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Have I missed something, all you need is several nuts n bolts small enough to go through the ROF to bolt it to the rotor cover, I have never used any sort of bracket.

Even if I bought the new stick on ones I would put a few bolts in.

Or are you referring to the actual rotor cover hardware and bracket that bolts to the ends of the fork legs, and not the ROF itself.
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Re: Kuryakyn Ring Of Fire

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Big Blue UK wrote:
Have I missed something, all you need is several nuts n bolts small enough to go through the ROF to bolt it to the rotor cover, I have never used any sort of bracket.
The Kuryakyn ring of fire includes the rotor cover and brackets needed to mount the rotor cover and associated nuts, bolts and wiring.
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Oh I see, Hard to believe Kury have that attitude to someone in the US, and they are a ripoff to buy too.
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Big Blue,

Yes I am referring to the actual hardware for the rotor cover itself.
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If all you need are the fork brackets, and screws I can help you out. I had rotor covers on mine but after doing some front end work decided not to put the covers back on So I have the covers, screws, and brackets. Send me a PM let me know.

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