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Lawst Caws Frame Plugs

Old 03-18-2011, 03:59 PM
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Default Lawst Caws Frame Plugs

-Why you decided to purchase the product -
I wanted to cover up the bolts, I read a couple good reviews on this, so decided to give it a try. I saw the DIY one, but decided I would rather go the Lawst Caws route instead. Yes, it might have been much more expensive, but it wasn't that big of a deal.

-Where you bought it from -
Lawst Caws, Frame Plugs, Helmet Lites, Helmet lights, Lost cause, lost caws

-Price -
$27.99 plus shipping

-Did the product meet your expectations? How/Why?
The product did meet my expectations. The plugs are solid, not cheap looking and fit and match pretty well. They really clean up the bike and I can't complain. Not only that, the customer service was exceptional. I ordered it Sunday night and monday morning, at like, 3 am, I got an email saying they will be getting them ready to ship out and received a usps confirmation just a couple hours later. Every email I sent was replied to promptly, even at 1 am, sometimes I thought that they don't sleep at all, lol. They are located in Florida, so they were on the same time zone as I was.

-Would you recommend the product to others?
It is pretty expensive, but I would recommend it to other people who don't mind spending the money to get some quality stuff. Like I said, it really cleans up the bike.

-Would you buy it again?
I would buy again. This isn't for everyone, some people will be satisfied with the DIY plug, they look good also, but I am satisfied with the Lawst Caws plugs. They are very solid and well made.

Now on to the pics. Once again, I apologize for crappy camera and quality.

Here is the package, quick delivery:
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Instructions, pretty straight forward:
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The plugs:
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Here is the top plug, you can see it is somewhat deep so that it holds on well, you can add some glue if you want to be extra sure it stays, but it is pretty secure:
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The bottom one on the right side is held on with adhesive, it is not deep to ensure that it is as flush as possible:
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For the left side, both go on like the top one, I wasn't able to take pictures of it.

So here are the before and after picture:
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Here is how it looks on the left side:
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Another couple pictures of the right side, but outside, this one I whored out pretty well so far:
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They also hooked me up with a free reservoir sleeve and free shipping since I was military, kudos to them for taking care of our servicemembers!
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Thanks for reading another one of my reviews!
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