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hello all, i just bought a set of new toe warmers on Evilbay. the price was too good to pass up. are they any good for keeping toes warm? or will they just be a pretty piece of plastic?

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hi robin a friend of mine has them fitted he rides to work every day and swares by them
 

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I got some and they do work well in cold weather have rode 50 miles in 30 deg weather and my feet never got cold.
 

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I don't think thats what he's talking about. Toe warmers fit in the engine guards of 1500's. You have to buy them used, b/c they don't make them anymore.

[align=left]GL1500 Footwarmers. These are the black fibreglass items that fit under the engine guards.
You can get rid of the rough finish and spray them the same colour as your bike, like I did on my last ' wing. Note the engraved brass plates in the guard insert. I had them made to replace the plain plastic ones. This setup really works and the warm air from the SE foot vents actually reaches your feet.
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So, can i leave them on year-round without any problems? the covers look better than my stock OEM valve covers.

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I have them on mine and I leave them on all the time. They seem to work ok, but I like the looks of them also;)
 
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