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Old 12-10-2010, 05:59 PM
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Im looking for a flag mount to go on the sissy bar our my luggage rack on the bike. One that is easy to remove our take the flag off. Any help an pic would be great.
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Old 12-10-2010, 07:29 PM
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Pro Pad makes several mounts for HD luggage racks
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Old 12-11-2010, 05:11 AM
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You can also check out Rumbling Pride. I have one of thier flags and it has held up well, even with some long interstate travel. www.rumblingpride.com
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Old 12-11-2010, 01:00 PM
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You can also check out Rumbling Pride. I have one of thier flags and it has held up well, even with some long interstate travel. www.rumblingpride.com
+1 on the Rumbling Pride products. I've had mine of for 30,000 miles and they are still in great condition. Check my gallery for pictures.
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Old 11-04-2012, 03:44 PM
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I got this flag mount from a friend of mine who used to make them. He might be interested in making more if there is a demand.

I have a '12 SG and the flag mount screws into stock holes on the backrest pad using the stock screws. I think the Road Glide uses the same backrest if you don;t have the large trunk.

It is as solid as it can get but I have not run it at highway speeds. I think it would hold.

I use a standard aluminum flag pole but run a 1/2 in PCV up inside the pole for stability. Prevents the flag pole from breaking.

Let me know if you are interested.

Please spread the word, I am sure there are lots of guys who would like to mount a flag on a SG and this is the simplest, cleanest, easiet you will find.
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Old 01-26-2014, 11:49 AM
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I got this flag mount from a friend of mine who used to make them. He might be interested in making more if there is a demand.

I have a '12 SG and the flag mount screws into stock holes on the backrest pad using the stock screws. I think the Road Glide uses the same backrest if you don;t have the large trunk.

It is as solid as it can get but I have not run it at highway speeds. I think it would hold.

I use a standard aluminum flag pole but run a 1/2 in PCV up inside the pole for stability. Prevents the flag pole from breaking.

Let me know if you are interested.

Please spread the word, I am sure there are lots of guys who would like to mount a flag on a SG and this is the simplest, cleanest, easiet you will find.
Is your friend still making these mounts, it looks like something I'm looking for?
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Rivco has a bunch for large and small fags and all types of mounts
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I have the propad set-ups that mount to the passenger backrest. Very quality product.

Another option is The Original Swiveler. A few of my friends have this one and are very happy with it. The only reason I didn't get it is because they don't offer chrome. I gotta have chrome on my hog! haha
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