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Guys I have been poking around for a few weeks learning a little more about my LT. Bought it from Blue Moon cycles in Norcross, GA with less than 3,500 miles? I didn't believe it but seems everything is true. Flew out from Dallas and rode back that day. Forgot how bad 12 hours was, been a few years since I have ridden that far. I came from the Kawasaki Voyager XII world. Put about 70,000+ on a '98. Looked at the newer Voyager, Goldwing and Ultra Classic before deciding on the LT.

First of many questions is about armrests. I have been looking for the Ztechnik arm rests, but it appears they have been discontinued. Any ideas on where I might find a pair?

Thanks in advance,
Tim
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Guys I have been poking around for a few weeks learning a little more about my LT. Bought it from Blue Moon cycles in Norcross, GA with less than 3,500 miles? I didn't believe it but seems everything is true. Flew out from Dallas and rode back that day. Forgot how bad 12 hours was, been a few years since I have ridden that far. I came from the Kawasaki Voyager XII world. Put about 70,000+ on a '98. Looked at the newer Voyager, Goldwing and Ultra Classic before deciding on the LT.

First of many questions is about armrests. I have been looking for the Ztechnik arm rests, but it appears they have been discontinued. Any ideas on where I might find a pair?

Thanks in advance,
Tim
Welcome to the forum Tim from Sugar Hill, GA. Blue Moon was my store before it went vintage only.

Beamer Boneyard sometimes has these types of things although not at the moment.

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Look in the clasifieds on this site and on Ebay and keep your eyes out. Stuff like that usually goes quickly.

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