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  1. #1
    Chain
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    Creative tie-bar system

    The problem in putting my bike on a trailer or in the back of my pickup is the body is just too wide to keep the straps off the huge fairing. Even Canyon Dancers won't work.

    I bought one of these over the weekend. I'm supposed to have it by mid-week. Personally, I think it's a pretty inventive solution to my problem.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...tem=4534827936

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    phobiaphobe
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    Re: Creative tie-bar system

    You need motorcycle that's less bulbous.




  3. #3
    Chain
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    Re: Creative tie-bar system

    I sat on an all red '05 CBR1K about three hours ago. Slender.

    The once Monochrome One has changed his ways!

    Edit: so whaddya think of the tie-bar, jackie???
    Last edited by Chain; 03-21-2005 at 5:11 PM.

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    phobiaphobe
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    Re: Creative tie-bar system

    I'll have you know that all black is the fastest color. And slimming too.

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    EDDIE110171
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    Re: Creative tie-bar system

    I like that setup.

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    davef
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    Re: Creative tie-bar system

    Pretty cool! Nice price, too.

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    Re: Creative tie-bar system

    I get a bit queasy when I think about all of the force of both tie-downs being put on that one round-bar, and the fact that it's connected to a piece of tubing for which no gauge specs are given.

    Also, is there a rubber bushing where that washer sits on top of your steering stem nut?

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