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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-08-2015, 04:34 AM Thread Starter
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search for a sissybar

Hi there,

first, sorry for my bad englisch, this is not my native language but I do my best.

I serach for a sissybar, like the pictures enclosed (the second photo is from the user kc_matt).
There is also a photo of my bike.

Have anyone an idea where I can find something like this?

Thanks!
Charly
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-08-2015, 04:58 PM
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If no members have one there willing to part with, ebay & amazon are your best bet.
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Are you still looking

I think i have the original one from my 95 i took it off and used a band saw to cut the uprights on the frame rail so i could fit the seat from a 900 classic on it but the main sissy bar upight that bolts on was left untouched. It does not have a pad like the pics you posted because the old seat had the kick up and bolted directly to it with the tool box. If your still looking i will see if i can find it and post a pic. Just let me know.
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That's just the standard Kawasaki extended backrest. It shouldn't be to hard to find. I have one, but am keeping it for now. eBay is a good place to look, as well as the for sale section here. You might even be able to track down a new one at a Kawasaki dealer or an online oem parts site.

BTW, that is a beautiful bike. I love the color (what year?) and the fact that it appears to be completely stock and looks brand new.

EDIT: Here is a brand new one if you don't mind paying a brand new price.

http://www.cheapcycleparts.com/oemca...enger-backrest

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Plee911 Are you still sitting on this? Restoring an 89 and the upper piece is broken and the tool box missing? If so hit me up, [email protected]
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Been thinking about taking mine off, but if that's Vienna in Austria, shipping would probably be high. Going to sell a ProTac driver backrest too as soon as I get a round tuit.

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Shipping can be crazy expensive. I just saw a gas tank on eBay for $142, with $37 shipping. It cost almost twice that much to ship my tank. If I had priced it that high, I would never have sold it. I would like to know where all these eBay sellers are finding such cheap shipping.

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Shipping can be crazy expensive. I just saw a gas tank on eBay for $142, with $37 shipping. It cost almost twice that much to ship my tank. If I had priced it that high, I would never have sold it. I would like to know where all these eBay sellers are finding such cheap shipping.
I ship directly through PayPal with USPS Parcel Select. I've shipped tanks, seats, etc for all around $35-40, depending on destination. This has been the cheapest for heavier, bulky items. If length is an issue then it is a FedEx or UPS shipment, but that's usually for items like car bumpers and stuff that I've shipped.

You don't have to sell through eBay to use PayPal's shipping tool, just go to this link: https://www.paypal.com/us/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_ship-now as long as you have a PP account.

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