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Honda backrest/tool pouch and Willie and Max tool pouch(under forks). Insalled myself after I found a 3/4 step drill bit. Ya gotta love Harbor Freight sometimes. $7.48 for the bit, $39.99 @ sears.





 

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Nice, you got the fury pouch up off the rear fender..
I have mine in front just under the triple tree on the forks..
 

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Added a couple more things.
I fabbed a SS plate to modify License plate position.




Kuryakyn wide blade levers.
I had to press out the bushing for the Clutch lever and use the one off the factory lever. Man, I thought Kuryakyn was supposed to have good fitting parts.


 

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Found some more side covers for the engine cases via the Willie and Max site


 

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That's a reasonable price for stick on cover..
 

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one of my rideing friends put his pouch low behind the front wheel too.got cought in the rain and guess what?
 

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hey i've found the bracket/sissybar but where do i come across the backrest padded upright seat for my passenger?
Thanks
the little black padded sissybar backpad, if that's what you're askin about is a standard Honda item; thru any dealer or online. or maybe somethin floating around on ebay or someplace ...
 

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sissy bar

I just bought a new fury ... am I the only one that does not like how it attaches and looks - I feel like I am going to have to re-design the rear seat so the sissy bar slids into it; that way I can easily remove the bar. Has any one else made there own sissy bar?

thomas - in Ky.
 

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I just bought a new fury ... am I the only one that does not like how it attaches and looks - I feel like I am going to have to re-design the rear seat so the sissy bar slids into it; that way I can easily remove the bar. Has any one else made there own sissy bar?

thomas - in Ky.
There are a few others that have re-designed their sissy bar, make sure to do a check or search of the forums for those articles. Others have opted to drill holes into the fender and also the rear fender cross frame in order to mount aftermarket sissy bar's. There is also the Sumo style if money is no object.
 

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Thanks for your reply.

There are a few others that have re-designed their sissy bar, make sure to do a check or search of the forums for those articles. Others have opted to drill holes into the fender and also the rear fender cross frame in order to mount aftermarket sissy bar's. There is also the Sumo style if money is no object.
I did as you said ... looked at all the messages - I liked the foam seats but the back rest bolting to the side just doesn't do it for me.

I keep looking and may be I will come up with my own design.

I looking forward to just riding - still snowing here.

thomas in ky.
 
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