Indian Scout Accessories is a Supporting Vendor!

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  1. NickJ

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    Please welcome Indian Scout Accessories as our Newest Supporting Vendor!

    You can check out their stuff using the following link:
    by IndianScoutAccessory
     
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    2018_0402 Welcome .jpg

    That hidden compartment is very slick.
     
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    Welcome Buddy from Burtland,........and that is one cool box you have built,....I'm letting a fellow scout owner know because I'm sure he will bite!
    Alpal
     
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    Welcome to the forum.
     
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    stop it, stop it now, haha
     
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    And BITE he did!:cool::p:D:rolleyes:;)!,....got ya Buddy! I knew you couldn't resist!,......so? When's it arriving?,......
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    never
     
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    I was hoping you would like it,.....I ordered two,......
    :rolleyes:Alpal:cool:
     
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    Welcome from North FL always good to see more Aftermarket for Indians ..
     
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    Another great vid Bud and I concur fully with regards to the protection for the radiator. After only 3 or 4 weeks with my First Run Scout back in 2015 I found that the stones off the road were already damaging the radiator. I had put a screen similar to your Bobber screen into my 97 Suzuki VS800 many years before for the same reason but this time I went down a different route and that's what I want to advise all the Scout owners (not Bobber ) to do. I had captain Itch make me a couple of leather mud flaps to suit the Scout front fender. They do a grand job and blend in and secure extremely well, with no further damage to the radiator fins.

    keep up the cool work on the Scout and Bobber Vids Bud,....Very interesting,....
    Alpal.

    Added this for all the Scout owners out there who really should be checking their radiators if their local roads are loose stone chip to any degree.
    Scout front fender mud flap, plain - Motorcycle Goods & Heat Shields
     

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