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post #1 of 9 Old Mar 22nd, 2006, 5:59 am Thread Starter
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Crash (tip over) bar help

We need a few more stock crash bars to be modified for our next production run to begin April 1st. Up to $40 if not bent. Contact Jason at [email protected] for shipping/payment info.

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post #2 of 9 Old Mar 22nd, 2006, 7:13 am
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Gary, We modify the stock crash bars so we can bolt Model O Mick-O-Pegs to them. Getting stock crash bars has been our biggest bottle neck. Since there are so many folks with "J" Pegs, we thought there would be an abundance of bars available. We don't want to manufacture a replacement as the "J" Peg folks do since that makes the product so much more expensive.

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Have you considered customers sending in their bars with order, much the way Ron with KonTour Seat does? I do not know what your turn around time is but with acquiring other crash bars along with this could possibly help with your problem IMHO.
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We need a few more stock crash bars to be modified for our next production run to begin April 1st. Up to $40 if not bent. Contact Jason at [email protected] for shipping/payment info.
What do they look like? What is your site address?

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What do they look like? What is your site address?
What we need is the black bar from each side. They are held in place with a single bolt on each side. Some call it a "safety" bar, others the "engine protection" bar.

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