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My better half is complaining that the boards are making her feet go numb on my 2010 CCt. Has anyone found a way to isolate the passenger boards?
Also does anyone know where I can get a set of passenger board risers as she's only 5' tall.
 

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I thought the CCT’s didn’t come out until 2012? My 13’s floorboard are glass smooth.
 
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I thought the CCT’s didn’t come out until 2012? My 13’s floorboard are glass smooth.
The cct came out in 2010 but your model is a later design and the rear frame is designed differently. The passenger boards are mounte to the frame itself whereas the early models have a bracket which is bolted to the engine and the swing arm.
Hope this clears this up for you mate.
 

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The cct came out in 2010 but your model is a later design and the rear frame is designed differently. The passenger boards are mounte to the frame itself whereas the early models have a bracket which is bolted to the engine and the swing arm.
Hope this clears this up for you mate.
I'm not sure how Polaris introduced bikes in Europe but in the US the CCT was released in 2012. I am not aware of any type of frame re-designs across the whole Cross bike run no matter if it is a CCT, CC, or CR or what year it is.
 

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The cct came out in 2010 but your model is a later design and the rear frame is designed differently. The passenger boards are mounte to the frame itself whereas the early models have a bracket which is bolted to the engine and the swing arm.
Hope this clears this up for you mate.
Would need a picture of that.

Sounds like someone made modifications to the bike before you bought it.
 
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The cct came out in 2010 but your model is a later design and the rear frame is designed differently. The passenger boards are mounte to the frame itself whereas the early models have a bracket which is bolted to the engine and the swing arm.
Hope this clears this up for you mate.
Hope this helps you understand the Victory CCT first year


Hopefully you didn't get swindled into thinking the previous owner bolted on some parts and renamed it a CCT.
 

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Yeah they added a trunk to a Cross Country.

Floorboards can't tell from picture but looks like some aftermarket boards might be on the factory mounts.
 

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I see the issue. Where your crash bars are. the real CCT has lowers not that flat chrome tubing. Look at my 2013 to see the difference. The person that owned that nice blue bike added the trunk and maybe floorboards. It's not a CCT but a CC with added stuff.

The difference between a CC and a real CCT.
2010
  • introduction of Cross Roads and Cross Country with 106 engine
  • trunk optional, pricey from the sounds of it

2012
  • cross country tour introduction:
  • taller windshield
  • HID low-beam for the headlight
  • tubular front crash bars
  • storage-pod lowers
  • air-management system - adjustable fairing-mounted winglets and adjustable openings in the lowers.
-- standard trunk
---heated seats and grips
---adjustable passenger mini-floorboards
--- Ipod connector in left lower
---additional plug in left lower

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I'm not sure how Polaris introduced bikes in Europe but in the US the CCT was released in 2012. I am not aware of any type of frame re-designs across the whole Cross bike run no matter if it is a CCT, CC, or CR or what year it is.
The Cross Country was released in 2010, the cross country touring bike in 2012. The main deference in the two was the tourer had a trunk and lowers which could be added to the 2010 and 2011 Cross Country. Now there was some transmission design changes in 2011 and later own.
 

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The Cross Country was released in 2010, the cross country touring bike in 2012. The main deference in the two was the tourer had a trunk and lowers which could be added to the 2010 and 2011 Cross Country. Now there was some transmission design changes in 2011 and later own.
I've been a fan of Cross bikes since I bought mine in 2012 (been on this forum that long as well) and have kept up with variations of the Cross bike platform (even have the Victory history hardback book) but I do know companies do things different in other countries from time to time. That was all that I was suggesting.
 
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My bad. Turns out it’s a cross country with the addition of the touring trunk. I could still do with some advice on isolating the vibration from the passenger boards or else it’s going to get sold.
 

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The aftermarket passenger boards might be the cause?
 
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See if you can alter the slope of the boards. It may be that the current slope is affecting the angle of her ankle and it may be slightly restricting blood flow. Another thought, I once had a pair of high ish ankle riding boots that were pinching the back of my lower calf when I was riding. They were great walking, but riding another story, I tried a different boot and the problem went away.

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My bad. Turns out it’s a cross country with the addition of the touring trunk. I could still do with some advice on isolating the vibration from the passenger boards or else it’s going to get sold.
There are many bikes to choose from. Don't get stuck owning something you don't like.
 

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I still say got to be the aftermarket boards.
Try factory set they might mount better and not vibrate.

Another thing don't lug the engine. You'll get extra vibes doing that and she might feel it.

Ultimate solution just leave her home and go ride.
 
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