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Does anyone know if the Baker or Tulsa hot foot deflectors work on an '06 with the comfort package heat vents. And once again your opinion on which is better tulsa or baker
 

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I've got the Bakers and they work doggone good - but I have an '04 and don't know if they'll fit on an '06.
 

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I have the Bakers on my 06 and they work just fine.All you do is leave one of the clamps off.Can't remember which one,but when you put it up there to check,it will be obvious.Enjoy
 

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Does the hot foot, (either brand), work better than the factory foot warmers?

I have a '06 Audio, and my toes get cold. Was thinking of piecing together the foot warmer part of the comfort package, but if the aftermarket is just as good, or better, that is the way I'll go.

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Mack
 

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They are just "clip on" (and off). Takes about 30 sec. per side to install and they really do a nice job of keeping your feet warm. Highly recommended for cold weather :D
 

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I couldn't find a comfort in stock, so I bought the audio basic wing and added Tulsa hot foot and Hondaline heated grips and they both work great. :D
 

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El Lobo said:
I couldn't find a comfort in stock, so I bought the audio basic wing and added Tulsa hot foot and Hondaline heated grips and they both work great. :D
Are your Tulsa brand clip ons as well?
 

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i have used both Tulsa hotfoot and Bakerbuilt footwings

they both work but the Tulsa hotfoot works much better
 

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Griz6 said:
El Lobo said:
I couldn't find a comfort in stock, so I bought the audio basic wing and added Tulsa hot foot and Hondaline heated grips and they both work great. :D
Are your Tulsa brand clip ons as well?
Yes, they have a clip on the bottom and a spring to attach on the top. Easy on, easy off. I did have the left side fall off going down the road. I hit it when I was shifting, I now tie wrap them on and they don't move. After all they will be on all winter.
 

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cycledude said:
i have used both Tulsa hotfoot and Bakerbuilt footwings

they both work but the Tulsa hotfoot works much better
I wear a heavy leather boot when riding. Can I expect to feel a difference through them or are these more for light foot wear?
 

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called tulsa , they say the '06 comfort does not work with their hot foot deflector

they are working on one for that model
 

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Could I bother someone to post a picture of the Tulsa Hotfeet/Hotfoot? I went to their web page, but the pic is too small for my (aging) eyes.

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Bill

I GUESS NOT!!! :roll: :cry:
 
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