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New Ginz sissy bar!

Discussion in 'General' started by Rickk, Sep 24, 2018.

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    Hi my Bulldog is in the UK with me now. I bought set of rear fender struts from the States [ex Ebay] with the sissy bar holes in. I plan to add a sissy bar at some point to be able to carry camping gear. Loving yours by the way, looks fab. I am assuming and hoping that the drilled holes in the sides of the fender will line up exactly with those of the struts. Is that correct in your experience or did you have issues and had to drill fresh holes?
     
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    GINZ SISSY BARS I am a dealer for Gary over there at Ginz so I can help you pay less for these parts, I dont know if you guys know this but they have made a NEW MOUNTING SYSTEM that does not require using there Struts , there receiver will mount behind your struts , and yes its chrome , not even on there website yet so call me at 724 662 0581 or email me at
    vcwsales@gmail.com , Ill hook you up so call to discuss what you need. Also I will 2004 & up Big Dog full sets of grips and pegs with pass pegs as well in about 2 weeks all USA MADE .
     
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    How much these things run? They look great for sure!! That iron cross is bitchin!! Just needs to be done up a hair different, looks like it was just an add on instead of it being in place and so they have a pad for these things?
     
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    My Bulldog has the chrome fender struts with the predrilled holes. I asked Gary at Ginz when I was ordering the sissy bar if the new bar would line up with my existing holes and he assured me they would fit perfectly, and he was correct. It took all of five minutes to install new sissy bar. Don't forget to use red loctite on bolt threads. Just be sure and tell Gary which year and model because different rear tire widths and fender widths will determine sissy bar width.
     
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    Sounds good! have you a picture of the fitting close-up so I can get an idea of how it looks? Cheers
     
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    Sweet! Just added to my "wish list!"
     
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    Thanks for your help and the pics, much appreciated
     

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