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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-17-2013, 09:51 AM Thread Starter
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sick and tired of looking for some which will fit XCT i made em by myself for 30 bucks...and love them
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It appears you are using the antenna mounting bracket.

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Looking great, and can't argue with the cost.

How is the bolt attached to the poles? Do the poles flex enough to rub on the saddle lids at highway speed? Have you tested it?

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i made a thread on poles..on the top and bottom, then is a rubber on poles which is on the same high as turn signals so poles dont bump em and as you see i zip them to the turn signals so they dont move
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i made a thread on poles..on the top and bottom, then is a rubber on poles which is on the same high as turn signals so poles dont bump em and as you see i zip them to the turn signals so they dont move
Well done. Thanks for sharing.

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i made a thread on poles..on the top and bottom, then is a rubber on poles which is on the same high as turn signals so poles dont bump em and as you see i zip them to the turn signals so they dont move
Good job they look great!
Let us know how turn signals hold up. Every time I wipe the turn signals down I cringe because they are so flimsy and I think they are going to break.
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thx...next mode...grips...
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post #10 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-20-2013, 07:21 PM
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Very nice. I have been looking also but, now you gave me an idea. Thanks

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