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With Triumph fans all over the world,
there are a handful of parts that are available overseas
that I can't seem to find here in the USA.

I found what the Japanese call an "assist grip", made by a company called Northwing JC.

http://only-my.way-nifty.com/.shared/image.html?/photos/uncategorized/2007/08/19/asist.jpg

Has anybody seen this part available in the USA?
I have not been successful in my search.

I'm thinking it would be nice to mount a helmet lock to...
 

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Forgive the pun, but that looks pretty handy. :D

I'm curious as well. I eventually plan on getting a centerstand, and have not put a whole lot of thought into where I'd grab the damn bike. :cool:
 

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Assist grip

With Triumph fans all over the world,
there are a handful of parts that are available overseas
that I can't seem to find here in the USA.

I found what the Japanese call an "assist grip", made by a company called Northwing JC.

http://only-my.way-nifty.com/.shared/image.html?/photos/uncategorized/2007/08/19/asist.jpg

Has anybody seen this part available in the USA?
I have not been successful in my search.

I'm thinking it would be nice to mount a helmet lock to...
Hey Zero,
If you ever do find out where to get those please put me down for one. One of the best ideas i've seen so far, normally when you put her on the center stand, you grab the frame under the seat. Not bad but a bit awkward. Those little bars would make getting on the stand much easier.
I googled around this morning but haven't seen it yet. I'll keep looking and if I find em, I'll post a message.
 

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Guys,

That's exactly what they were made for.
Grabbing the bike when you want to use your center stand.
It's about $50 from Japan and the shop is located pretty close
to where my folks live.

Worst case, I can import it on my own?
 

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Assist Grip

That looks like a handy item for our aftermarket vendors to carry.
 
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