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Old 05-08-2019, 02:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm looking for a decent quick detach sissy bar for my 2016 Stryker, any suggestions??
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I would suggest the factory Yamaha one. It is pricey but well built and looks great.
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If you don't mind spending money... ginzchoppers.com makes some totally awesome bars.
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If you don't mind spending money... ginzchoppers.com makes some totally awesome bars.

Agreed but not a true quick detach. Of course it take little time to undo the 4 bolts


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I bought this set up from Amazon. It's a quick release and I use it when I take long trips to tie my luggage down and take it off when I get there. It does have the bolts to remove once I get home and get back to the clean look. I think I bought the luggage rack separately and way later due to it being so pricey. U can omit that part if u dont need it.
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Thanks Muskie, I did check out the factory built. They do look great, but you were not kidding about being pricey!!
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If you don't mind spending money... ginzchoppers.com makes some totally awesome bars.
Thanks Draeger, those are some sick bars, but too rich for my blood!
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I bought this set up from Amazon. It's a quick release and I use it when I take long trips to tie my luggage down and take it off when I get there. It does have the bolts to remove once I get home and get back to the clean look. I think I bought the luggage rack separately and way later due to it being so pricey. U can omit that part if u dont need it.
I found this one too. Not a quick release, but looks good and best price I found. Thanks
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