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Cool, tall sissy bar?

Discussion in 'WANTED' started by blackdiamond, Apr 12, 2012.

  1. blackdiamond

    blackdiamond

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    I need to get the seat higher up on my '71 huffy so i can ride it comfortablely, any one got a real tall one? as in taller than 36 in? :D
     
  2. mikesbikes36

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    talk 2 jaxon or rail rider ...im pretty sure they can help ya ...im sure others can also ...but i know them 2 guys have tons of muscle bike goods!!!!
     
  3. KJV

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    build ya one outa conduit. :idea:
     
  4. mikesbikes36

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    yeah what he said ...i seen it done on here before ..looks cool, should work :mrgreen:
     
  5. kingfish254

    kingfish254 CHECK OUT MY SALE THREAD FOR COOL STUFF! Pro Member

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    Go find some metal or wood crutches. Examples are out there on the site.
     
  6. SCHWINNRAY69

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    Conduit on the left 8)
    [​IMG]
     
  7. Jimmy the Gent

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    Does that sissy bar clear the fallen tree in the background? :mrgreen:
     
  8. SCHWINNRAY69

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    Ha ha... no :oops:

    :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
     
  9. Jawon

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    Exactly what I want to do! Tips on making this? I've never worked with conduit before. Is there a certain kind I should get? How do you get the nice curve? Thx!
     
  10. lopo68

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    I would like to build one also.If tips are posted please let me know.
    Thanks Scott
     
  11. SCHWINNRAY69

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    My buddy used a pipe bender and I squished the ends and middle with a hammer and vice :wink: I then drilled my holes and done :mrgreen:
     
  12. rfeagleye

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    I can help!

    I have some...

    viewtopic.php?f=2&t=51415

    Also have some 48", they are used, and need a little work, but are vintage. Send me a PM if you think you are interested in any.
     

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