Likely in stock at Randy's Cycle in Marengo, IL. I had them installed on my CCT upon delivery. They seem strong enough to lift the entire bike. IMHO, they also look and perform great as well. My wife only uses them sometimes but they also make a great place for fastening something to the back of the seat.
"That's a beautiful Victory!"
"Who makes it?"
Who turns Victory into defeat? Polaris Industries, that's who.
2012 Pearl White CCT. Lloyds DR cams, Timing Wheel (+4), Air Filter, 1/4 Turn Throttle Ring, PCV, Tri Oval mufflers, Dyno Tune from Rylan Vos - The Vic Shop: 112/113. Bad Ace Billet tank lifts and Raging Cajun Medium Low & Throaty mufflers added well after the Dyno run.
Honda East Toledo has them for $251.24 + shipping, although I've read here that forum members get another 20% off. Probably best to give them a call (or find another place that's cheaper yet, if you can).
fall bars, crash bars..[the round ones]..they have many names...any source for them other than OEM ?....$300+...Ouch!
I believe Jim is talking about the rails that the passenger holds onto (or which you can strap luggage to, etc.). I have these, and agree completely with Mark, i.e, good looking, extremely tough. They also make a nice hand-hold if you ever have to lift up your bike after dropping it, where you place your butt against the seat, grab this rail and the handlebars, and walk backwards.
I've never seen an aftermarket version of the passenger grab rails for our Cross bikes. But, still, these are NOT just cheap tubular crap -- they are very nice bars, and available at least as a partial discount. I got mine courtesy of some Victory coupons at the time of purchase.
thanks that was what i was looking for, but $300 you have got to be kidding.
Well, if Honda East really gives us a 20% discount, and if it's off they're already discounted prices, it's right around $200 (OK, plus shipping). I'd give them a call. These things are the most robust grab rails on any bike I've ever seen, and they're pretty nice. Maybe someone can find them cheaper.
If you look at the price of some plastic parts on our bikes -- the fork guards spring to mind -- these are almost a bargain. But I guess it depends on how much you travel with a passenger, how much she likes to have grab rails, how often you travel with luggage you want to strap down, etc.