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    CHARTER MEMBER Haywire's Avatar

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    I have the Bagger Brace (well made product) on mine and do feel it helped a lot with the loose feeling in the rear on long sweepers.
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    flh8074
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    I have the True-Track stabilizer on my '05. It's bigger than most, but works well.

    http://www.true-track.com/

    Personally, I think it happens as a result of more than one factor, maybe two or three, that all fall into line at the same time, ie. tires, motor mounts, bushings, speed, lean angle.......some or all being a certain way at the wrong time. That's why some bikes do it at some point and some never do. I have a good friend that had it happen on his '05 Roadking.......put skid marks in his shorts.
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    http://smooth-rider.com/

    iam thinkin of this one here
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    I run the TWR missing link on my 08
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fisherman124 Click here to enlarge
    http://smooth-rider.com/

    iam thinkin of this one here
    Hmmm... never seen this one before... def has the right price tag on it.
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    Road Warrior fisherman124's Avatar

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    ifm you look at the install directions , it does not bolt directly to frame , sits in a chanel you set up with feeler guage , so you dont get an exra vibration , hard to explain , talked to a couple that say they get a little more vibration , nithin major . you get used to it
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fisherman124 Click here to enlarge
    ifm you look at the install directions , it does not bolt directly to frame , sits in a chanel you set up with feeler guage , so you dont get an exra vibration , hard to explain , talked to a couple that say they get a little more vibration , nithin major . you get used to it
    I have a smooth rider setting on the bench, just gotta get around to the install, out of the box, it looks great, thanks for the link. What I like about it is it does not interfere with my bike jack.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by papa'sSG Click here to enlarge
    I have a smooth rider setting on the bench, just gotta get around to the install, out of the box, it looks great, thanks for the link. What I like about it is it does not interfere with my bike jack.
    let me know how it goes , thats the one iam lookin to get , i watched the instruc vid looks easy enough , i like it cause it doent bolt tight to frame , read some add a little more vibration . but they get used to it . my police bike vibrates more than a stock one , dont know why , there nothing xtra added that i could find
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    problem I found was that the swing arm pivot shaft is .747" O.D., but the bearings and transmission housing have I.D.'s of .758". I had the shaft hard chromed and reground to .756"-.757". Cured the snake.

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