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Old 07-14-2010, 11:37 AM   #1
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clip-ons for the duke?

Ok so I took a slight little spill last sunday, bent my stock handle bars. So I was thinking about just changing out to some adjustable clip ons, rise'm up for cruising and droppem when I'm on the ins and outs for better control. Anyone have some preferences or brands? Saw some on cycle gear that I really liked but I'd like some opinions as well :-)
I also plan on chopping the rear fender off just under the tail lights, and instead of plugging the frame I'm going to put LED turn signals in the holes of the open frame. Drill some holes around for viewing and fill it with some clear rtv . Looks good in my head so far lol
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Old 07-14-2010, 11:46 AM   #2
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Sux about ur crash but at least it was minimal damage

Talk to Patrick over at Motorcycles Unlimited I know he's into customizing standard/naked bikes. I think he may even own a duc monster too....
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Hmm ill definately do that
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Hmm ill definately do that, thnx
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those are the exact ones i was looking at. Im going to have to save a little lol. Im gonna have to come by and see you patrick, id like for a good look over of the bike any how. It was modded when i bought it so i'd like to see if and what it might need. It needs a new set of controls, and id like to try and get a different speedometer. Need to throw some ideas around.
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