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post #21 of 97 (permalink) Old 05-13-2017, 02:01 PM
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Hello. Need to purchase a set of frame sliders.

Hello. I need to purchase a set of frame sliders for my 2007 FJR1300AE. I am installing a set of Canyon Cage on the bike. I just joined this forum for the first time and am a first time FJR owner. Would like to know how to contact you for the sliders. Thanks.
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Hello. I need to purchase a set of frame sliders for my 2007 FJR1300AE. I am installing a set of Canyon Cage on the bike. I just joined this forum for the first time and am a first time FJR owner. Would like to know how to contact you for the sliders. Thanks.
Go to post #1. Each post in a thread is numbered in the top right.

Method 1: click on the poster's user name. A dropdown box appears. Click on "Send a Private Message..." Then fill in the blanks, just as if you were sending an email. This is the generally accepted and preferred method of doing private business.

Method 2: in the text of Post #1 he lists his email address in the text-speak "on Gmail". That means the same as when everyone else lists with the 'at' symbol. Using text-speak keeps spam robots from picking up the 'at' symbol. You can contact him via regular email.

Yes, we have spam bots scanning all forums all the time. That's why it's unwise to use actual email addresses or phone numbers without using text-speak. Like instead of my area code 336 I would use 'three three six'. See? It's also why we use the Private Messaging (PM) system, a sort of forum-provided email thing for communicating in private with other members. If you don't want the whole world, literally the whole world, to know your email address then use the PM system instead of public posting in a thread.

Don't worry if you're a newbie not only to the bike but also to the world of computer communications like this forum. We'll get you through it .
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post #23 of 97 (permalink) Old 05-17-2017, 01:44 PM
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Hey Garauld,
I'd PM you this question, but maybe a few others would like to know the answer...
Do you/can you make a passenger backrest that latches on to the existing Yamaha top-case mounting bracket? I'd love to be able to unlatch and remove the Yamaha top case, and quickly latch on a passenger backrest for Mrs. Maverick. That would prevent the hassle of removing the black, already-bolted-on mounting bracket from the rack and then bolting on a backrest, every time we need to go between setups.


I'm a tool engineer by trade and can design such a thing and have it fabricated, but time is hard to come by lately... and it appears you do very nice work.


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Funny maverick just posted in this thread as I sent Garauld a private message this morning. I'm looking to buy a backrest, highway pegs and possibly frame sliders.
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Hey Garauld,
I'd PM you this question, but maybe a few others would like to know the answer...
Do you/can you make a passenger backrest that latches on to the existing Yamaha top-case mounting bracket? I'd love to be able to unlatch and remove the Yamaha top case, and quickly latch on a passenger backrest for Mrs. Maverick. That would prevent the hassle of removing the black, already-bolted-on mounting bracket from the rack and then bolting on a backrest, every time we need to go between setups.


I'm a tool engineer by trade and can design such a thing and have it fabricated, but time is hard to come by lately... and it appears you do very nice work.


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Funny you brought this up as I contacted Gary a couple weeks ago about this same idea for my Shad topcase mount. My wife likes having a backrest and occasionally we need the topcase. I hate switching back and forth and was trying to figure out a quick snap-on type backrest for it. I took apart my PCA to see if I could make it work without cobbling things together. I picked up a piece of plate aluminum and was going to cut grooves in the front so it slides into the forward topcase mount slots, then have rear tip down and "latch" onto something with a turn lock so it doesn't get stolen. I got nothing.....




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Sorry, I really don't have any ideas on how to make it work at this point.

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Thanks for the last few posts in response, guys. So it looks like there's probably enough of an interest to develop a quick-release passenger backrest design.
I'm going to work on coming up with something that works for my Yamaha top-case mount plate, and maybe it will spark some ideas for those of you with another brand.
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post #28 of 97 (permalink) Old 07-09-2017, 02:45 AM
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Love the Garauld highway pegs for relief.

My wife really loves the Saddleman backrest!

Thanks.

Can't wait to see if there are any other products in the pipeline

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post #29 of 97 (permalink) Old 07-10-2017, 01:34 AM
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PM me. Interested in the CC sliders. Do the highway pegs work with Canyon Cages? I assume not.
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post #30 of 97 (permalink) Old 10-18-2017, 02:52 PM
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Gerauld, I need a pair of highway foot pegs and brackets for a 2016 Yamaha FJR 1300a. With the Rivco foot pegs. Thanks
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