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    Nice! Thank you for all the detailed info! Will come in handy!

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    Ok, here's mine.IMG_3828.JPGIMG_3831.JPGIMG_3830.JPGIMG_3829.JPG
    Let's see, I'm no good at this posting stuff.
    Fender mount tool bag
    2 inch handlebar riser.
    More better shift lever.
    Happy trail rack.
    Tush pad.
    And gizmo charger with on/off switch.
    That's enough for now.
    Sonny.
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    I think the clearance between top of OEM fender brace and bottom of triple tree is more like only ~5/8" at full compression. With Twinkies or something rubbery in the tool bag one might get the equivalent of a bit of progressive spring rate on those big Utah G-outs.
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    Lights, Action, Traction....Let's Ride!
    2003 model year, jetted for mile high+ riding, Wiseco 68mm piston, Duro ATV rear tire, IRC GP-1 Trials front tire, XT-225 tank, Cyclerack, 2" handlebar risers, foot pegs, D-flex hand guards, right angle fuel filter, Seat Concepts kit over additional hi-density foam, fluorescent paint, Betty Boop stickers..and a lot of scratches!.

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    Not sure where I got it, Burt it fits just right and is great for googles , phone ,crap.
    Two snaps and it fits the crossbar and doesn't interfere with any controls.
    Sonny
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