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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Highline Recreation the TUGGER Review and Giveaway! Brrraaapp! Give Away Closed




Highline Recreation is a local Utah company based out of Logan.  They are excellent to work with and have come up with some awesome products.  I really like these Tugger products.  For about $45.00 you can have a Tugger for the front and rear of your dirt bike and a set of Bar Savers to boot.  In the world of motorcycle parts and accessories these are a great bargain!  Not to mention http://www.thetugger.com/ is the only place to make these.  They resell from several places online too.  Go to http://www.thetugger.com/ to find your favorite web based store or order directly from them.

The installation was a breeze and it seems they have gone out of their way to make sure everyone has all the stuff to make a super fit.  There are a few different styles for the rear Tugger.  I used style 1 for my Yamaha WR450.  They have a fit chart on their website at http://www.thetugger.com/ The instructions were easy to follow, granted the Tugger is fairly self explanatory.  Where and when to use each bushing is good info though.



There are full color illustrations in the instructions.

I have the Stealth Tuggers as shown here.  For $6.00 more they will embroider anything you want on them.  I have seen some people put their name and plate number on the front Tugger.  It looks great.

As far as fit goes these look great and fit nicely.  They are out of the way but easy to get to when needed.  The elastic on the rear Tugger is a bit of genius, it works perfectly.  It snaps tight against the seat but allows you to slide your hand under to get a hold of the Tugger.







The Bar Savers are a simple thing but work just right.  I like to leave my tie-downs on while pushing my bike up to the trailer or truck.  These keep out of the way a lot better and are shorter.  I also like how easy it is to slide the strap behind wires and cables on the bars.  Not to mention I won't be scratching up those new bars with a hook from the tie-down.  Another plus is that I can now use any tie-down I want.  No more buying the ultra expensive wrap around tie-downs.  For just $7.00 I'm all set.







This is the setup that was sent to Solutions Sleuth.  Tugger rear type 1
Tugger Front
Bar Savers.
I think these are a must have for any off road bike.  I thing every bike should come with them!  I wasn't sure I would like the front Tugger but after installing it and pulling my bike into the back of a truck a couple of times I'm sold.  I haven't had to Tug my bike out of a gully or from off the side of a steep single track trail yet but I believe that is when I will be most happy to have these installed.  Two people could save a bike from most anywhere with these.


Solutions Sleuth has been given 3 Rear Type 1 Tuggers, one Front Tugger, and a Bar Savers set to give away to YOU.  Thank you very much Highline Recreation for this awsome oportunity to share these great Tugger products.  If you aren't one of our luck winners.  Or after you have one and want more.  Purchase from http://www.thetugger.com/ make sure to tell them Solutions Sleuth (or J.W.)  sent you!  By the way any Dad or Mom that has a dirt bike would love these for Mothers day or Fathers day.

If you would like to see more on the install, fit and look check out this video.





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Sarah said...

Great Post! Great product for dirt bike riders

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These look really cool. Good for vacation.

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I've been thinking about a set of these for a while now. Looks like a really great product, sure beats tugging at the fenders.

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Looks like something I could use!

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Dennis said...

I could use these for RVing. Did you know we got a 4-wheeler? Bought an old one from Jessie.

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Kody said...

I have often wondered if, and how The Tugger worked. After watching your video and reading your review, I would like to put them on both my bike and my wifes bike. Thank you for doing this review.

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These look great! I've never heard of ya before but would love to try them out on my bike and spread the good product.

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