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Removed passenger strap?

Has anyone removed their passenger stap/handle on the back seat? Pics?

(Sorry, I hope this is not a common thing done...I've never done it)


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Re: Removed passenger strap?

Mine was removed in order to fit the seat covers...

Then I fitted a Renntec grab rail (Check my gallery)

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Re: Removed passenger strap?

Great, thank you! I think I like it...
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Re: Removed passenger strap?

Huh looks very diff but i likes. I always just tell the passenger to hold to my waist or whatever they are in the mood for lol.
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Re: Removed passenger strap?

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Huh looks very diff but i likes. I always just tell the passenger to hold to my waist or whatever they are in the mood for lol.
The straps some times stretch (depending on how mad the driver is) and a lot of them snap (older bikes).

I've got used to the colour coded seat and the rear bar (kinda looks like a mini spoiler ) that when I look at others, the tail sections look bare.

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Re: Removed passenger strap?

Thanks, if anyone else has this removed, please post pics!
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