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    I'm glad that you recovered from that brush with a Green House.---


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    I added a phone holder to the bike this weekend and thought I would post a couple of pics...The handlebars are not phone holder friendly especially with a windscreen. If you guys know a better way please let me know..



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    I put a USB charger on the CB and got a short lighting cable for my phone. I'm going to change the exhaust in a couple of week and will post new pics when done.....


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    Best way to mount anything on the CB is using the M10 X 1.25 thread that the mirrors attach to. You can either get bar end mirrors which free up the M10 threads, or buy a RAM ball adaptor that squeezes between the mirror and it's mount.

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    I made my own bracket to mount my sat nav. It could be used to to mount whatever you want. Just to give you an idea...................................

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gargoyle View Post
    I made my own bracket to mount my sat nav. It could be used to to mount whatever you want. Just to give you an idea...................................

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    Nice mirrors Pete, did they stay on the bike?
    I love talking about nothing. It is the only thing I know anything about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blow View Post
    Nice mirrors Pete, did they stay on the bike?
    Fuck off Blowers........... Pmsl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gargoyle View Post
    I made my own bracket to mount my sat nav. It could be used to to mount whatever you want. Just to give you an idea...................................

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    That is bad to the bone!!! I just don't have the skills to fab the bracket up.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gargoyle View Post
    Best way to mount anything on the CB is using the M10 X 1.25 thread that the mirrors attach to. You can either get bar end mirrors which free up the M10 threads, or buy a RAM ball adaptor that squeezes between the mirror and it's mount.

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    I like the bar end mirrors but worry about vibration due to taking the bar weights out...Anyone having trouble with that??? Here in the great state of Texas there are several road/highways that you can drop the hammer down and at 85 mph my hands get numb from vibration.....

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    85? That's just cruising B-)

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