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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-13-2007, 09:56 AM Thread Starter
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The rear part of my saddelframe is in two parts, but it is not higher than a "normal" one, so the toolbox is fastened in a normal position. That is: The toolbox/backrestpart is another piece of the frame and with two holes, where the former owner has situated the turn-signals - 15-20 cm higher than normal...

How do I find out which model of sissybar does fit here?
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Could you post pics of that? I'm trying to envision it in my head and am not sure what you mean.
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Ha ha -I know it sounds weird - I tried several times to rewrite it to make it sound right. Yes - I'll post pictures - can i paste/copy in these text boxes?
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So - its not a weather to take pictures these days in Denmark - but I've tried to "draw" what I mean in a microsoft Paint-drawing... here it is

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Looks to me like you would use a standard sissybar.
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yep.looks standard to me to,with the exception of the relocated turn signals
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So the gap in the aluminum - where it is parted: Is it or is it for mounting the sissybar
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