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Old 06-10-2010, 03:09 AM
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Hey does anyone have any info or ideas for a taller sissy bar/back rest for a Deuce?
I have the tallest factory issue backrest but my T-Bag doesn't seem to sit very low on it and I'm scared it will fly off on the way to Sturgis!
I bungeed it down on the last journey there and it stayed on but I was stressing the whole time and it seems it could be more secure.
Even if there is a better mounting bracket, I could possibly have something built and retro fit, but I figured some of you might have some leads on custom sellers offering their version. Saw one company at a bike show, but the bar came to a triangle shape, not sure if that will work.

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P.S. I also run a power commander and a h-d mech friend told me it will eventually burn out my ecm. Is this true Anyone have any probs with theirs?
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One of the reasons my son got rid of his Deuce.
He quickly tired of reading that most parts in the catalog fits all,,,, Expect the Duece..
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I installed side plates from cyclevisions.com and one of their sissy bars.....works great
I can install any softtail bars from HD or GR customs,etc.

http://cyclevisions.com/cv-accessori...-plates-deuce/

http://www.grcustoms.com/shop/produc...roducts_id=175



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AzDeuce: Awesome thanks. I think that's the company I remember seeing at the Queen Mary Bike show. I'll probably get those side plates and start hunting for the right sissy bar..

Oct1949: I know the feeling...but it's my baby, can't ditch her..
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problem solved,maybe i could look into those too!!
have you looked into the leatherworks solo bags? a little storage and look great
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I actually have one of those side bags, they are pretty cool! Look great, but you can only put just enough in there for around-town trips. I'll have to post a pic..
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are there any kits out there for a quick detach sissy bar for the deuce? i just got my 07 a week ago, and i want a sissy bar for passengers, but it would be nice to easily remove it when im solo cruisin.
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The side plates appear to attach between the struts and the fender - so they must space the struts out somewhat from the fender, correct? Without the plates my struts are pretty much in contact with the fenders. Don't understand exactly how these work...
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I'm planning on having a twisted metal sissy bar created by a local welder. I'm still having issues deciding what style I want to go with... I'm thinking a 3' buzzard perch might look good on my bike.
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Mobscene,
I'm having the same problem with my softail custom. I'm wanting to swap out seats with a Mustang Regal Duke, and go with a taller sissy bar. How's your search coming along ?
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