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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-07-2016, 10:01 PM Thread Starter
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I'm wanting a larger sissy bar (15-30") I've been looking around online for a fairly long time and really only see buywitchdoc as an option. The one I'm eyeing up is going to be 400$ Canadian after shipping, that just sounds a bit pricey to me. Anyone have advice?

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I'm wanting a larger sissy bar (15-30") I've been looking around online for a fairly long time and really only see buywitchdoc as an option. The one I'm eyeing up is going to be 400$ Canadian after shipping, that just sounds a bit pricey to me. Anyone have advice?

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I purchased a Ginz which is even pricier. I believe another Vic dealer sells them as well. Much less money, but I wanted a certain look.
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Do you have the resources to try and make your own?

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I have access to a welder (MIG) yes. Maybe I should try my hand at it. With the Candian dollar in the tank it's even more now.
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That was my thought exactly about the Canadian Peso. I have a MIG and some designs I am going to try and mess with. Life would be a little easier with an oxy/acetylene torch.

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Another vote for Ginz Choppers.
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