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Okay when my Girlfriend bought her Victory cross roads it has the quick release passenger backrest victory sells. It was already installed on the bike when we bought it.
I just bought a 2013 Cross country and went to put the back rest on my bike but its loose and sloppy. So I looked at her bike and the place it hook in has Plastic pieces covering the mounts to take up the slop. Does anyone know if I can order these ?

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They are an off-the-shelf flexible plastic bushing. I don't know exactly where to buy them other than trying your dealer. Try a bearing supply. Measure the diameter and length of the location where they go, or remove one of your wife's as a sample.

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Here is what they look like.
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Here is what my bike looks like.
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Is this a new bike should be already installed????

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Is this a new bike should be already installed????
You get 'em with the Lock & Ride option. They are made of a flexible nylon and are simply spread open and placed over the bars.

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Well she is out of town Maybe I could borrow them and not tell her..
She belongs to this forum so I hope she isn't going to read this tr:



I think I could make these since I can't seem to find a Way to order them.

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Well she is out of town Maybe I could borrow them and not tell her..
She belongs to this foam so I hope she isn't going to read this tr:



I think I could make these since I can't seem to find a Way to order them.
Sea Foam, beer foam? You mean to tell us you'll get in trouble for removing one of those bushings while you take it to a bearing supply? Did you marry the daughter of Ilse Koch? (look her up if you don't know who she is) To repeat, they are a stock nylon slip on bushing.

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Sea Foam, beer foam? You mean to tell us you'll get in trouble for removing one of those bushings while you take it to a bearing supply? Did you marry the daughter of Ilse Koch? (look her up if you don't know who she is) To repeat, they are a stock nylon slip on bushing.

I was thinking of taking all 4 putting them on my bike and tell her she was missing them lol
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