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I'd love a spider web, chrome round-bar...would fill in nice. Cost like hell, Im sure! TAZ

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I love the look of the open neck, I just wish I had real head covers -vs- plastic crap!
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Just my opinion, but that space is part of what gives it the chopper look, and that's why I bought it! Didn't want a Sabre... Lol. It was designed that way. Don't want to fill that in.
100% agree. That's what gives it it's chopper looks and I love it. Also that's were I plan to carry my tent as there's bugger all room on the back since I changed seats. Lol.


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If I didn't like the space, I'd buy a Sabre. The space is part of the Fury's charm. IMHO, of course


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Just my opinion, but that space is part of what gives it the chopper look, and that's why I bought it! Didn't want a Sabre... Lol. It was designed that way. Don't want to fill that in.
Well put....that space gives it the custom chopper look.....the saber would b the bike that someone might want if the space on the fury is not appealing...the saber only has very few changes from the fury build...the neck space being 80% difference from the fury look
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I was kinda thinkin its a good place to start if I wanna train horn on my bike!
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I used to put my tank bag in there. It had a soft material foam bottom and sat right on the engine covers. They don't get hot. Can't do that with most bikes. Attach the front two straps to forms and the rear strap I put a small nylon loop on the top tube under the tank. I used a d ring to attach in the back.


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Iv been using that space to hold my helmet ... & figured id put a tool bag in there some time.
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That extra space there is pure chopper.
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I like the Web. It would have to be a bit smaller so it doesn't fill in the whole thing.
Everyone always talks about the plastic covers. The chrome does look a little hazy but other than that, I don't have any problems with them. Unless you have to keep taking them off or handling them, then there is no reason they have to be metal. I just don't get it.

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