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 Post subject: Fresh meat
PostPosted: Mon Dec 29, 2014 22:55 pm 
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Hi guys ive been a disabled rider since 2001 and just wondering how would u guys go about carrying a pair of crutches on a suzuki bandit?ive seen some pics with someone using like a gunbag style now would that be posible to put on the front forks or would it mess with the steering too much?i now ride with the bandit owners club and im joining the NABD in the new year.
I have damage to my left leg and had my left knee opperated on 5 times now the last one was in sept this year when they put a plate in because i have so much damage and no cartlidge in my knee i find it realy hard to get on the bike from lets say the normal side of the bike so ive got to put my stand on the other side of the bike so i can use my good leg to get onto my bike any addvise would be appreciated thanks.
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 Post subject: Re: Fresh meat
PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2014 08:07 am 
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Hi Mark and welcome to the forum.

Can not offer you any help, but I have seen the rifle scabbard style on a bandit before. I think Vern had one but I don't think it was on his forks, or was it?! Not much help, sorry. The forum is pretty quiet these days, but if he sees it, I am sure he will reply.

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 Post subject: Re: Fresh meat
PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2014 09:46 am 
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It was on the forks IIRC, I'll let him know via FB that there is interest.

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