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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-17-2011, 10:30 AM Thread Starter
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Sissy Bar and LongHaul Pad - Already assembled or separate?

I am getting the sissy bar with pad and cargo rack put on my bike at the dealer this weekend. They have everything but the longhaul pad in stock. My question is this. Can i subsitute the touring pad vice the longhaul pad (my wife rarely rides so the type of pad is not important, although i currently have the longhaul dual touring seat) or is it already assembled as a set?

Many thanks! Also getting the mid-screen mounted. Going to be heading out to West Virginia to meet my dad and brother for a week long touring trip through the West Virginia/Virginia/Tennessee mountain areas. Want to make sure I have my T-Bird set up just right
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-17-2011, 03:11 PM
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When I ordered mine I had to order the quick release sissy bar, the seat back and I wanted the rack so I had to order that too(3parts). The Triumph site lists a price for the sissy bar back pad in touring or long haul as one price but, they are separate parts. They do not make the standard back pad any longer. So, if you want the sissy bar and back pad it's two part numbers to be ordered. Watch them on price. If they install it for cheap that cool. It is something you can do yourself with a few tools and the install instructions from the Triumph website. Saving you an easy $90 or more.
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