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Old 10-18-2017, 11:26 AM
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Does anyone know of a source for chrome rear crash bars to fit a 95 Dyna Super Glide? Where would they mount?

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I have dropped my bike twice, the thing that saved my paint was a saddle bag and the long stem from the turn signal. Just my $0.02
 
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My better half drops her sporty every other week (which I still don't understand cause she's actually a really good rider) and so far the front crash bar has saved her every time.
 
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REAR crash bars? Examples? All I've ever seen is the Bung King rear bar. Others?
 
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I've heard that these work pretty well for the rear...

 
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I've heard that these work pretty well for the rear...
That got a laugh out of me. I needed that today.
 
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REAR crash bars? Examples? All I've ever seen is the Bung King rear bar. Others?
Yea I’ve seen the rear crash bars from them also, I think one version is off the top shock mount
http://www.bungking.com/upper-shock-...-sliders-dyna/
and one is mounted where the passenger pegs would be but this is for late model Dyna
http://www.bungking.com/passenger-pe...bar-late-dyna/
 
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I've heard that these work pretty well for the rear...

Hahaha those have never failed!
 
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Hahaha those have never failed!
Everytime I see a trike, I think of these
 
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My better half drops her sporty every other week (which I still don't understand cause she's actually a really good rider) and so far the front crash bar has saved her every time.
As a Former Owner of 6 Sportsters and at Least 200,000 Miles Worth on them, the Sportster drops pretty easy being a Top Heavy Ride .. You just touch that Front Brake lightly without the bars being perfectly straight down it goes .. Are other reasons as well but that's #1 ..
 

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