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Thread: Rear Crash Bars and Sidecar

  1. #11
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    Thanks Chris, that makes sense ...
    VPH-D

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    Having slid down the road I understand how spill bars protect legs. After putting a sidecar on I removed front and rear bars, don't understand there function on a sidehack rig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbalowe View Post
    Having slid down the road I understand how spill bars protect legs. After putting a sidecar on I removed front and rear bars, don't understand there function on a sidehack rig.
    They're handles for pushing; to get the rear wheel out of a hole. I've always run rear bars. They finish the shape of the machine down the left side, and they act as leather-saddlebag guards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sargehere View Post
    They're handles for pushing; to get the rear wheel out of a hole. I've always run rear bars. They finish the shape of the machine down the left side, and they act as leather-saddlebag guards.
    Point taken, place for siren to mount and highway pegs also. Just never gonna work as intended.

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