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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-27-2013, 12:38 AM Thread Starter
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anyone know where I could get an extended backrest for my 2004 750
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At this point, Ebay is your best bet. As far as I am aware, no one makes or sells them new anymore.

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Yup, they are a scares commodity any more. Just keep watching eBay. One will show up.
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Yup, they are a scares commodity any more. Just keep watching eBay. One will show up.
I checked ebay this morning and there was one on their "NEW", bids were up to $160!

if it goes vroom or boom, I LIKE IT!
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thanks I wonder if maybe even one built for another brand or model might work with minimal custom work?
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thanks I wonder if maybe even one built for another brand or model might work with minimal custom work?
Or you could just make your own like I did:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/knifema...7602277627661/

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I got one that needs the back pad refinished. $40 + shipping if you're interested or make an offer.

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Yup, they are a scares commodity any more. Just keep watching eBay. One will show up.
I think you meant scarce....
and the price of those are what scares

ha ha....gotta bust ya on it cuz I do my fair share of typos too.
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I ended up getting mine from a guy on Craigslist (DFW area). He sold it to me for $40.



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I may have one soon...the way I just modded my bike, a tall one wont look right (unless I get apes too)..I'll keep ya in mind....

And hay, yer right in the area where Im plannin on moving someday...



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