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Talking Handle bar for passenger

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I found a very handy handle bar for my son. It's seemingly well constructed and good size.
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Nice one. A bit more info here if you need it:

http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showth...ht=tank+handle

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Nice one. A bit more info here if you need it:

http://www.mvagusta.net/forum/showth...ht=tank+handle
Thanks!

I actually very interested that bike carrier tray at the back of SUV. How did he load bike on to it? or how did he put the tray with bike on it into his SUV?


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Give him a shout or maybe someone else who has done it may be able to chip in

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I actually very interested that bike carrier tray at the back of SUV. How did he load bike on to it? or how did he put the tray with bike on it into his SUV?
Really? You would trust the whole weight of your bike to be supported at highway speeds on a single bit of 2"x2" box? Add to the fact you've also got a couple hundred kilo's of bike cantilevered a good 4'+ behind the rear axle ...... also check the max allowable rear axle load of that car and I bet it's only within allowable weights with nothing more than a driver sat in it ......

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Really? You would trust the whole weight of your bike to be supported at highway speeds on a single bit of 2"x2" box? Add to the fact you've also got a couple hundred kilo's of bike cantilevered a good 4'+ behind the rear axle ...... also check the max allowable rear axle load of that car and I bet it's only within allowable weights with nothing more than a driver sat in it ......
Hum... I don't know the maximum weight the tow bar can hold, just thought the tray look so handy. My trailer is not that convenient.


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I found a very handy handle bar for my son. It's seemingly well constructed and good size.
Hi Rui
I just received this one in the mail, 15 minutes ago literally.

I friend bought it for me in the UK and since I figured that MV still uses the same bolt pattern on the fuel caps between your bike and our older models (guessing here), that the REF.DR01 might be the correct part for your bike, no spacer in between.

Could anybody confirm the bolt hole patterns when possible please ?

Sorry about the picture quality, that tank was in a fire and I'm in a big hurry
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Hi Rui
I just received this one in the mail, 15 minutes ago literally.

I friend bought it for me in the UK and since I figured that MV still uses the same bolt pattern on the fuel caps between your bike and our older models (guessing here), that the REF.DR01 might be the correct part for your bike, no spacer in between.

Could anybody confirm the bolt hole patterns when possible please ?

Sorry about the picture quality, that tank was in a fire and I'm in a big hurry
the pattern on mine is the same as my other bikes, and the length of bolts are Long, short, long, short, long, short, counting from bottom right.

it feels better with spacer because the without spacer, there is not much room for fingers.

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Thanks Rui, I see what you mean about the spacer. I might have one made up too depending on what the pillions say.

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