CSS Tank PadsCSS Tank Pads are available for over 25 different BMW models.
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We carry the entire line of CSS tank pads for BMW Motorcycles. CSS tank pads are made in Germany and they simply attach to your tank with a strong adhesive that is bonded to the back side of the pad. CSS tank pads offer comfortable padding and grip for your knees, protect the paint from scuffs and scratches and they add a stylish visual accent to your bike.
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|went on super easy|
|Easy to install and looks great on my 2013 G 650 GS. Gives you a good grip with your knees|
|reall nice easy to install and perfect for my gs|
|Even though this pad set is for a Beemer, I thought by its shape and size it would be a good fit for Suzuki's 2012 650 V-Strom Adventure. I wasn't wrong. I wish I could supply a picture, the pads look that good.|
|I\'ve used these before on previous bikes with excellent results, so no hesitation in buying again for newest ride. They rough up a bit over time from rubbing against my kevlar suit, but that\'s the point, right! - saves the paint / finish on the bike. Toughest part of the installation is removing the backing from the sticky tape. Watch the video on placing masking tape on the tank to mark proper alignment.|
|One of the best priced items in the catalog for visual appeal and function. Went on easy and no probs so far... Might just add a "plus" to those 5 stars.|
|Easy enough install,top tank pad could be sized slightly taller for my 2005 BMW F 650 GS.|
|These are well crafted pads. Very sporty while being minimal in their design. A bit pricey but you get what you pay for...|
|Put these pads on my new K1600GTL. They look real nice and offer good protection. Take your time before you stick the pads to the panels. I would give it a 5 star rating if the side pads were shaped for a K1600 panel. A great quality pad|
|I'm no Ricky Road Racer but these rubber pads sure did add a nice degree of friction for my knees when leaning into a well formed and paved corner. A HUGE improvement over the slick fiberglass of the fairing. As it's mentioned in the video, the double sided adhesive strips are a pain in the butt to peel tha backing off but after a few timely prayers, they went on well, stick very well (be careful of needing to move after pressing firmly into place), and I like the way they look in place. All-in-all, a nice modification, worth the few bucks and effort. Mike 2003 K1200GT|
|I wish BMW had included this item on bikes delivered. The pads are an improvement for cornering and general comfort for riding. These are easy to fit and oviously designed for specific application. I would encourage BMW owners to consider these pads as an inexpensive way to improve overall ride performance.|
|I put these on my K1200s as soon as I bought it in order to protect the paint,that was in 2006 and they are just now showing some small signs of wear after more than 6 years. Easy to apply and they work as designed. I only gave a 4 star instead of a 5 as I believe they should come in colors other than black as well.|
|Hello, I received my pad set for my R1200RT. I love the design of these pads. I have another set on my F800ST as well. The problem with this set is that you can see where the rubber was mixed together. There is a distinct line running through the pad where half the black rubber looks a bit light. I really should have sent them back for an exchange but I am in Canada so it\\\\\\\'s a pain.|
|I\'m still waiting for these (one month estimated wait). I have a set on my R1150GS, and they are the greatest! The material is pliable yet durable. If you\'re looking for a somewhat traditional tank pad, and don\'t like the \"Ricky Racer\" fake carbon fiber look, the CSS pads are the only game in town. Looking forward to getting them on my R1150R tank...|
|I like the side two pads that came in this CSS Tank Pad product, but I elected to go with a different center pad this one does not cover a great deal of the tank. Still a great product.|
|great material, little too sporty for my taste though. But they installed easily, are very well made, and will definintely protect the tank, which is the primary intent!|
|easy to instal. Watch the video for tips. Looks great and at a great price.|
|Produto conforme anunciado, atende a necessidade de proteção do tanque.|
|Simple to install. Looks like OEM. I like it.|
|The shape doesn't seem to match to the bike (K13GT). I thought I had them in the right place but after a long ride (2500 miles) I found that my knees were hitting on the body where I should have placed the pads. Nice material and a great price. Now I need to figure out how to move them.|