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05-20-2019 09:24 PM
nikkocatsadimas
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Originally Posted by chrisgo76 View Post
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
05-20-2019 09:22 PM
nikkocatsadimas
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Originally Posted by Draeger View Post
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!
05-20-2019 09:17 PM
nikkocatsadimas Thanks Muskie, I did check out the factory built. They do look great, but you were not kidding about being pricey!!
05-15-2019 10:55 PM
chrisgo76 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.
05-11-2019 04:07 PM
angelgarcia
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Originally Posted by Draeger View Post
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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05-11-2019 02:51 AM
Draeger If you don't mind spending money... ginzchoppers.com makes some totally awesome bars.
05-08-2019 05:07 PM
muskie I would suggest the factory Yamaha one. It is pricey but well built and looks great.
05-08-2019 03:30 PM
nikkocatsadimas
Quick Detach Sissy Bar

I'm looking for a decent quick detach sissy bar for my 2016 Stryker, any suggestions??

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