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Old October 1st, 2017   #51
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Default Re: Goldwing tip-over bars

The clamp holds pieces together but it may be that only Superman has enough strength to bend steel.
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Default Re: Goldwing tip-over bars

With my adapter kit you don't need clamps, scissor jacks, hoists, a vise, or any other heavy equipment. Just bolt 'em on and you're done, about five minutes a side if you're handy.
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I installed a kit similar to this a couple of years ago. Since then, I've been down twice - once time at 10mph and the other time at 25. Both times, the saddlebag lids were scratched but not broken.

More important, my feet and lower legs were unscathed. The Goldwing bars are very strong. I prefer the lighter look of the Big Dawg bars but I don't believe they can protect as well.

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