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Old 04-02-2007, 11:26 AM
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Does anyone make a steering stabilizer for the touring bikes? Have an 07 SG that I would like to install a stabilizer for highway riding.
Had one on my previous metric bike and it makes a large difference on wind wobble.
Any help would be appreciated
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Old 04-02-2007, 11:50 AM
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True-track or This one?(butthe latterlooks like it is only for dyna, softails,and sporties)[>:].
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Old 04-02-2007, 12:05 PM
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There's True Track and another one--Str8Rider or something like that. Do a search here and you'll come up with it.
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Old 04-02-2007, 12:15 PM
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I've got the RideStr8 on a 2000 FLHTPI, which did improve the rear wheel steering by adding a third stabilizing link to the transmission housing aft of the swingarm pivot. However, I am not aware of any steering stabilizers for touring HDs. No easy way to mount a rotary style like the Scotts or GPR, and because of the fork beer cans, no easy way to mount a shaft style damper. However, with some ingenuity and machining skills, a mouting bracket system could be engineered to affix to a fork tube above the lower tripple clamp. Wouldn't mind one myself.
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Old 04-02-2007, 05:26 PM
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I've added a True-Track.

I also replaced the oil in my front shocks with SE HD and that has made a big time difference.
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V-Twin Mfg has a couple that may work ( I am going to call them), they have 41mm clamps for the fork tube, and 1 inch clamps for the highway bar. If you have an air baffle under your trees, I believe that has to come off & you cant have lower fairings I understand. I also have an email to a a trike company, they use them on their FLH trikes.. I will keep you posted. I figure this & a rear stabilizer on my 06 SG..she should be tight.
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He said STEERING stabilizer not rear stabilizer.
and to answer your question there is only one stabilizer out that I am aware of that actually will help with steering and Alloy Art makes a front stabilizer
http://www.alloyart.com/products/trilink.html
this is said to help improve front end high speed handling.
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Doesn't he mean a "steering DAMPER" like those on sportbikes?
That would be NONE of the above suggestions.

How 'bout seeing if Ohlins makes one. I know they're out there for Harleys.

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Old 09-04-2008, 07:34 AM
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[quote=Comfortably Numb;3824975]Doesn't he mean a "steering DAMPER" like those on sportbikes?
That would be NONE of the above suggestions.

My info is about a steering damper(s). I just didn't use the words.

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Old 09-04-2008, 07:38 AM
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Click below for bagger stabilizing devices:

Bagger-Brace™ $289
http://bitchinbaggers.com/products/bagger-brace/
RevTech $400-$415
http://www.customchrome.com/dcm/cc/view.asp?668101.html
True-Track $398
http://www.true-track.com/
Ultra Ride $391
http://www.terrycomp.com/ProductDetail.aspx?ProdID=81
TXR $400-$450
http://www.alloyart.com/products/txr.html
Tri-Link $351-$400
http://www.alloyart.com/products/trilink.html
Glide-Pro $390
http://www.glide-pro.com/
Ride-Str8 $385
http://www.ridestr8.com/
Stabilizor $349
http://www.cdc-cycle.com/ProductDeta...roductID=20352
Missing Link $375
http://www.grandeurcycle.com/site.htm
Accu Trak
http://www.purefnperformance.com/ind.../accutrak.html
TWR Missing Link $340
http://www.twrbaggersplus.com/
Sta-Bo
http://sta-bo.com/index.html

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