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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-29-2012, 09:27 AM Thread Starter
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Tired of those lower back aches & pains while riding? Need more storage space on your cruiser bike? Want more stability while riding your bike? Need a backrest that can be put on or taken off in 10 seconds? Want a backrest that works the same way whether it is empty or packed full? Want a product that has a 100% customer satisfaction refund guarantee? This may be the product you've been looking for.

I've used this for 4 months, and boy, does it save my back. My scooter is up for sale, and I'm sure a new buyer will not appreciate it, so I'm offering it up on this forum. See my signature photo for it up and mounted. You must have a sissy bar for it to work! It is $185 + shipping from Texas. I'll sell it for $145 shipped.

There are no scratches or mars on it. I've added one thing. A pad eye, so it can be locked to your bike. Like I say, it comes off in seconds, and some jealous rider might want to borrow it long term, and forget to return it, so I put a small lock and chain on it to insure it stays with my bike.

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Pretty nifty.
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post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-29-2012, 12:41 PM
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I had one years ago, and actually sold it to someone on the site. But I have never had sissy bars on any of my bikes and it works fine. You just need to strap it down correctly, the weight of the rider keeps it in place. (I use the Kuryaykn GranTour now, no sissy bar for that either).

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A buddy has one on his bike and it works great!

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+ * price reduced * +

OK, wife says taking up room and must get out of the house.

I'm reducing the price to $90, INCLUDING shipping (to CONUS).

It is really great on your back and makes longer rides much more pleasurable.

If interested, please e-mail me at md. slowboat @ gmail . com (of course, take out spaces)

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