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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 09-10-2012, 08:51 PM Thread Starter
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Progressive chassis stabilizer

Anyone tried one of these yet? Curious on any feed back if you have


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post #2 of 22 (permalink) Old 09-11-2012, 04:52 AM
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Anyone tried one of these yet? Curious on any feed back if you have


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Not tried one myself but talking to others, all the bolt on stabilizers work. If this is for an 09 and up bike you shouldn't need one.

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I brought one from Phat Performance a few years ago & installed it on my RG. The tension bar broke around 3000 miles later. I called up Phat Perf. & they charged me for another bar. Which sucked..
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I installed one on my 2001 and immediately noticed the improvement. Make sure you use blue Loctite for the through bolts at the end of the link. I did when replacing the bolt that went MIA.

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Not tried one myself but talking to others, all the bolt on stabilizers work. If this is for an 09 and up bike you shouldn't need one.
Frankie could you elaborate why not needed on 09 and up. I'm assuming due to frame upgrade. I've been thinking about one of these for my 11 RGU. Cornering with anything other than a smooth surface the front end just not feel solid. Maybe monotubes a better option. Comments?

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I ask the same question a couple weeks ago. The frame upgrade is exactly why you an 09 and up bike doesn't need this part.


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well I do not agree , I ride aggressively and on my 2011 at higher speeds and in sweepers my rear end would fill like my tire was going flat , not a huge wobble but loose , I installed True Track and it solved my problem , I am attaching an article I printed and scanned from HDForums by Graham Brown , Graham is a long time rider and very knowledgeable
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one more thing , Graham also lookd at all the stabilizers and felt True Track performed the best , you can go to hdforums and search this thread and read more if you like


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Well, I stand corrected. If you are going to bend a corner on your RG they by all means get the part. Price is fair and it seems that install is straight forward. I just doubt that I would notice a difference given my style of riding. Less that spirited. lol


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