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    Anti vibration bar end weights

    Gday, Just wondering if anyone has had any experiance with these. Ive got a 97 BMW F650 and anything above around 5,000 rpm the bars get a bit "Buzzy" and I start getting the old pins and needles in my hands after a while. It already has some weights on it but maybe they need to be a bit heavier but not sure if there is a variety of differant weights you can get, if there is then where can they be obtained from.

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    Gday, Just wondering if anyone has had any experiance with these. Ive got a 97 BMW F650 and anything above around 5,000 rpm the bars get a bit "Buzzy" and I start getting the old pins and needles in my hands after a while. It already has some weights on it but maybe they need to be a bit heavier but not sure if there is a variety of differant weights you can get, if there is then where can they be obtained from.

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    My Tiger has anti-vibration bar end weights as standard. I can't imagine them being a costly accessory. They are a little longer than standard with a heavy guage rubber flange though the centre.
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    There is this http://www.barsnake.com/

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