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Old 05-24-2017, 04:26 PM Thread Starter
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hey. If anyone is or has installed the crash bars, please post picks.


I'm interested in seeing what these rebels look like with them as well with the saddle bags attachments.


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Old 05-24-2017, 04:35 PM
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Check youtube for some of the reviews that were posted before the bikes hit the US... many that I saw from overseas had the crash bars installed.

ETA: Here's one.


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Old 05-24-2017, 06:47 PM
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I really like that passenger seat/rack combo. If anyone can find out where I could get one it would be much appreciated.
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Old 05-24-2017, 06:59 PM Thread Starter
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I really like that passenger seat/rack combo. If anyone can find out where I could get one it would be much appreciated.

the accessories you can get at Honda. not much for aftermarket right now for these. though oddly, Honda doesn't have a listing for the crash bars. lol.


The other thing is, saddle bags don't come with hardware. which is irritating to me. and if you just get the saddle bags and supports, its gonna look horrible without the passenger seat and or the storage support that sits at very back, behind the passenger seat.


Least that's what I've found for what digging I was able to do.


Clean slate bike, but customization wise, or accessories, you kinda gotta go all the way, or not at all.


That being said, that's just my point of view.
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Old 05-27-2017, 12:22 AM
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All the accessories in the Thai brochure are on shelf at all the main dealers here, they should be available in the US when the Rebel Shipment quotas are nearing fulfilment.
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All the accessories in the Thai brochure are on shelf at all the main dealers here, they should be available in the US when the Rebel Shipment quotas are nearing fulfilment.
Do you know wich currency the prices are listed in?
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Do you know wich currency the prices are listed in?
Thai baht
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My legs have been cramping up lately and could really use a highway/crash bar, or even highway pegs at this point.
Anyone seen or are using an alternative to the crash bar mentioned above? at almost $300 on ebay the price for that set is a bit hard to swallow.
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My legs have been cramping up lately and could really use a highway/crash bar, or even highway pegs at this point.
Anyone seen or are using an alternative to the crash bar mentioned above? at almost $300 on ebay the price for that set is a bit hard to swallow.
I have been thinking about the same, would have been nice to have the option to stretch out the legs a little.
But I really don't like the look of the crash bar, just doesn't suit the bike at all from my liking.
And sadly havn't seen much of other options either...
But, someone will surely want to make money of something like this with time, so it'll show up at some point.
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Old 07-28-2017, 06:57 PM Thread Starter
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did no one see that that bike in the video/pic above doesn't have the brick of a tail light? lol. just pointing it out! lol. but your right, saddle bags without the pass seat and rear carrier, looks dumb. Nicest I can put it. And the fact that the mounts don't come with the saddle bags, that's just downright retarded. Nevermind the price! The price is almost extortion! my opinion anyway. lol.
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