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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-15-2009, 07:26 PM Thread Starter
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Hey folks... I bought one of these today:

I think it's a drink holder made by Rivco. My question is... I can't figure any way to mount the thing without hacking into the rubber stuff covering the handlebars. Which I am reluctant to do. Does anyone have one of these... how did you mount yours?
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Hmm.. how about a crash bar??

haha jk.. well i dont think thats gonna work without any modifications, if you are ready to cut it, get it in shape to be mounted with the clutch master cyliner bolts.
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us, take a look at my post I just did tonite about the $1.99 cup holder, it may be able to work for you. Sure would hate for anyone to cut into the rubber on the handle bars.

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Thanks dude!

I saw your post (great idea) and while that would probably work... I was hoping for something a little more permanent in nature... also... I have the Show Chrome wings and they mount differently with no exposed screws anywhere... so it would be hard for me to screw anything to the wind wings.

I'm sure I can figure something out... I'll probably end up making a bracket of some sort but I just wanted to see what other might have done first

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Where ever you bought it from should have had the optional mount brackets made for the 1500 and 1800's.

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Kruzer Kaddy Stainless Steel Drink Holder with Insulated Liner mounts to Left or Right handlebar switch housing bolts.

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