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Old 11-10-2012, 06:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok guy's and gal's I've seen some pretty cool looking sissy bars posted from time to time on the forum. I thought it might be nice to have a thread dedicated strickly to the subject of (non stock) sissy bars and any mounting systems available. This thread is for the sole purpose of information on sisy bars and any mounting systems options available. Feel free to post your cool sissy bars and mounting systems photos. Include any insight you might have towards he costs, installation and any available websites.

Thought it might be nice to have a thread strickly dedicated to this subject where the members could visit to get updated information new and old and view for themself any options availlable on the subject. Thanks for you help!
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Old 11-11-2012, 02:21 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Ok, I'll put mine up. Made by Ginz Choppers. It is a HellBent Barhopper, 15" high above fender. Cost was about $400. I like the height and I often run a small bag on it just for carrying small stuff. I also have a Bikers Friend combo that also will fit on here. I only ride solo so no comment on rider comfort. Very high quality bar. I definately recommend.
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I'm gonna be looking into fabbing up something similar to this one. It is gonna have to mount to my Sumo struts.

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For those with the Giinz sissy bars. Can you tell me what the width measurement is betweeen the mount holes.. Thanks
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For those with the Giinz sissy bars. Can you tell me what the width measurement is betweeen the mount holes.. Thanks
The bike is in storage right now (at work lol) so I will be there tomorrow and I will get the measurement for you.
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I have the Ginz Old School Hardcore (20") shown in both two up mode (with Ginz back pad and C&C Sport Touring seat) and solo mode. My wife tells me the Ginz and C&C combination is the most comfortable set-up I have had. I also have the Ginz luggage rack which is great for overnight trips.




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For those with the Giinz sissy bars. Can you tell me what the width measurement is betweeen the mount holes.. Thanks
Does anyone know what the width measurement betweeen the mount holes on the Ginz mounts are.. Thanks
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