Sissy bar question

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    Ok, need a little help/advice here.

    When you go to the Triumph site and look at the accessory section at the Sissy Bar/luggage rack, I cant tell if that includes the back pad and emblem...does anyone know? Any idea how much shipping from Triumph is?

    Also, what looks like an identical bar/rack is on an ebay store for 365, but without backrest and emblem.

    Whats the best deal?

    Thanks!
     
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    ok, my bad...must have clicked the wrong link. I was actually at AZSBK...not Triumph.

    So where have folks found the best deals for sissy bars? What kind of prices have you found? Any good deals out there?
     
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    for the Triumph stuff, you're going to just about pay retail whereever you go. The Sissy Bar, Pad and Emblem are all sold separately. I ordered mine from Pure Triumph out of Florida since I don't have a dealer reasonably close.
     
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    btw, how 'bout Vandy knocking off SC last night! It's fun watching Spurrier get so frustrated.
     
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    I just bought the short sissy bar a couple months ago, $325.00 without the pad, from ebay store, then bought the pad from another ebay store, I saved about $50.00:D
     
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    Go Dors, lol. Man it would have been more exciting if I hadnt have bet against them, lol. But any lose for Spurrier is great!
     
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    Need some kind of sissy bar for the wife. On my new roadster, I hate to put one on at all. However, is the short one sufficient for a secure feel? I'ld really like to see a pic of one installed
    Thanks in advance
     
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    For support...I'd go for the tall one with the pad...emblem optionable. Haven't seen a Roadster with one on yet but on my photo album there are plenty of pictures of mine (well Jefflee's since he owns it now).

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    warp9.9 Pocałuj mnie w dupę

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    I willagree with molinoman on the heigth for support also the classic bac has more pad and better contour shape here is a shot

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    when I get back from town I will get a better close up for you if you want.

    I am working on a upgade for the faulty timing chain tensioner on the Rocket so I need some hardware to complete it/ That and I am taking a letter from Avon with on the Avon Tire recall to my local Avon Dealer. to get things rolling.
     
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    The short one is really short .... I'd go for the tall one if you want a usable back rest for the wife. Also most luggage is designed for strapping to the taller one, I know that my soft luggage would never fit on anything shorter than my tall one.
     
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