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FYI: I lost one a few years ago -- for whatever reason -- and now, have drilled a hole in them and loosely zip tie them to the crash bars.

Doing so might save you from losing one, if you use them or a similar product.

BTW, this product defintely helps keep the toes warmer in colder weather.
 

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after lots of miles of use i lost one, contacted Tulsa and bought just one to replace it, that was expensive ! then i lost the other one !! bought a used set from a board member so now i have one spare hotfoot, i think what happened was after a lot of use the spring simply broke thats why they fell off, so i did like u drilled a hole installed a rubber grommet and zip tied them to the crashbars so they can't fall off if the spring breaks, Tulsa hotfoot works pretty good for keeping feet a little warmer in cold weather :thumbup:

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