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So this is my first attempt at fabricating a sissy bar.

I'm happy with the brackets, they are solid and subtle. I think they'll be barely noticable when painted and the sissy bar is removed. I have the RAW tailight, but this set up will work for the OEM tailight as well.

As for the Bar...ehh, it's ok, I have something much better in mind. Something worth of the FURY!

1st pic shows how the bracket connects to the frame.
2nd pic shows the bracket with the fender down.
3rd pic is obviously of the sissy bar.
 

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make me one!!, I want that BAR!!!
 

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make me one!!, I want that BAR!!!
Just sent you a PM. that pic is on my bike without a Tmod...it will probably angle back further on your bike, but I made a jig so I can duplicate it pretty easily with a slighter angle...or larger angle for that matter.
 

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Sissy bar and mount

I'm interested as well if your making multiple sets. I also have the t-mod. The only difference is I have the L&M rear fender, not that should make a difference.
 

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Very good job jeff. keep up the good work.
but I warn you, these guys will want LOTS of pictures.
 

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Nice job Stay!! Another enterprizing fury rider, very good;)
Powder coat or chrome?
 

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I'm interested as well if your making multiple sets. I also have the t-mod. The only difference is I have the L&M rear fender, not that should make a difference.
Sure, now that I have everything worked out, I'll be able to duplicate them. I'll be working on MFR's this Saturday, after that I can work on one for you.

I just sent your a PM regarding the width of the bottom of the L&M Fender.

The sissy bar options are pleanty, my brother fabricates custom metal stair railings and his supplier has round, square, hammered, twisted bars as well as premade spades, crosses, fleurs, etc. Pretty cool stuff.
 

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Nice job Stay!! Another enterprizing fury rider, very good;)
Powder coat or chrome?
I have a list of local powder coaters and chromers that I'm going to call today for pricing. I'll keep you guys posted on what I find, I know we're all interested in quality, affordable chromers!
 

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Looks great... I have been looking at the Ginz, but cringe at the thought of drilling into her.... Pm me once you get some free time and I will shoot you some ideas and you can let me know if they are doable and at what price..
 

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Looks great... I have been looking at the Ginz, but cringe at the thought of drilling into her.... Pm me once you get some free time and I will shoot you some ideas and you can let me know if they are doable and at what price..
PM sent, drop me a line or give me a call and we can figure out if it is possible.
 

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Very cool. Love this section, we have had a few customers come to us to make such a setup. But sadly enough we just don't have the time to make it right and for a good price. BUT I think it's even cooler when members help members build there bikes. Seriously love this section, keep up the good work you guys!
LM
 

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That's what I'm talkn' about!!!!
 

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Very cool. Love this section, we have had a few customers come to us to make such a setup. But sadly enough we just don't have the time to make it right and for a good price. BUT I think it's even cooler when members help members build there bikes. Seriously love this section, keep up the good work you guys!
LM

Wow, very cool!
 

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The way Jeff does it you use the existing bolts to mount the bar.
No drilling and no clamps to wear away the paint.
 

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For members who don't wanna drill the frame....maybe you can use a nut & bolt clamp system on the frame rails??
Steve is right, he should know...he helped design it!

We use the same holes as the taillight. When using the OEM taillight, the hardware bolts directly to the taillight through the existing holes in the frame.

When using an aftermarket taillight, like RAW's run/turn/break, the hardware runs through the existing holes in the frame, through the existing holes in their taillight and bolted on.
 

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I am sporting a Stay Focused sissy bar now :cool::cool: and will be selling my Oem chromed if anyone is interested!!
 

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So this is my first attempt at fabricating a sissy bar.

I'm happy with the brackets, they are solid and subtle. I think they'll be barely noticable when painted and the sissy bar is removed. I have the RAW tailight, but this set up will work for the OEM tailight as well.

As for the Bar...ehh, it's ok, I have something much better in mind. Something worth of the FURY!

1st pic shows how the bracket connects to the frame.
2nd pic shows the bracket with the fender down.
3rd pic is obviously of the sissy bar.
are you still making these????
and will they support a passengers weight ????
 
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