She may still complain.SanDiegoStryker said:I love it because I can take it off when cruising alone to work, but slip it on when taking a weekend ride so the ***** doesn't complain.
8) LMAOSanDiegoStryker said:Of course, from the side the bike looks pretty much like stock when the backrest is removed. However, if you look from the back or front you will notice the frankenstein bolts sticking out.
You don't need any tools to remove it. There is a little spring loaded tab that you pull on both sides and then it just lifts off. There is also a lock and keyhole on the left side. The backrest comes with two keys. When it is locked it prevents the left side tab from moving so no one can steal it.
Might as well break you guys in. The common response on the Raider forum when someone describes something they've added to their bike and they don't show us is...MPM said:I had the dealer toss one on in black. Looks good and quick release is nice.
I'd definitely like to see a better picture of the backrest on there, but from what I'm seeing, I like it!MPM said:Well I wouldn't want it to stay worthless.
Bad Camera phone pic but it will have to do till I get the bike home (just picked it up yesterday and rode it all day)