Scrambler 1200 Crash Bars

Scrambler 1200 Crash Bars

(2 customer reviews)

MotoTrio custom made crash bars for Triumph Scrambler 1200

Price

$145.00

Fitting

Description

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MotoTrio 

A name that stands for high quality custom parts for all modern classic Triumph motorcycles

 

Protect your Scrambler with these stylish MotoTrio crash bars/ engine guards, made strong high grade stainless steel.

Available in powder coated matte black and silver.

  • super easy installation, bolts right over the oil cooler
  • Fits all Scrambler 1200 XE and XC models (up to 2020)

 

 

What our customers say:
“I just wanted to say the crash bars I purchased look great. Luckily I haven’t had to test them.”
j. Lombardi

Additional information

Weight 2 kg
Color Black, Silver
Difficulty Rating
Easy

2 reviews for Scrambler 1200 Crash Bars

  1. Brian Ream (Verified Buyer)

    I like these, installed on a 2019 Scrambler XE, and yes they do fit even with the Triumph factory “crash” or “dresser” bars. They look sharp. Having said that, the installation is NOT easy or simple. Though I was able to do it without removing the exhaust.
    You’re going to need to remove the top T55 engine mounts, and that’s not easy – you’ll need to slide the tank back and remove the screw that mounts the radiator fill to the frame. A 17mm FLEX GearWrench can make it in there, but you’ll need a helper because when those bolts are off, I would not recommend removing your wrench and fingers from that bolt and any bushings/washers back there or you’ll never get them back in. And those bolts are TIGHT – 1/2″ breaker bar required. On the bottom, if you already have the dresser bars in you don’t have to remove them entirely, you’ll need to remove dresser rear bolts and crack the front T55’s so you can rotate the dresser bars to get those lower bolts in. Careful not to cross thread those. Also I have a clutch cable bracket on the left side, and the kit doesn’t account for that, so a good grade lock washer or something is needed on the second bolt to keep the mounting straight. Your horn will be able to use the existing mount but at a lower angle, so the bracket won’t “lock in” properly, add some loctite blue or something to keep it from rattling loose. I had to remove the lower radiator hose (and sump guard) to get to the lower T55’s nuts to tighten them back up (again with a helper and that same Flex Gearwrench), so I also changed the antifreeze. Good Luck!

  2. Darryl King (Verified Buyer)

    Qaulity product

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Q & A

Will the crash bars advertised for the Scrambler 1200 fit on the 2022 scrambler 1200xc? Sw-Motech and the others have had to modify their products as the 21’-22’ is different fitment than the 19’-20’s Trevor asked on May 29, 2022

We guarantee the fitment for the older models, but haven't had the chance to test them on the newer models.

OmegaStaff answered on May 31, 2022 store manager
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