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post #21 of 44 Old 10-06-2011, 11:23 PM
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I was just wondering if anybody had a better side view picture with the PRM cooler rack and an aftermarket exhaust. Thanks
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I can take a picture later on today for you.

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That would be great jfdanie2. Thanks
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http://m1220.photobucket.com/albums/...e2/Snapbucket/

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Thanks jfdanie2, That answered my question.
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Thinking of ordering the PRM 6 pack rack. Can anybody tell me if when you stand the bike up on the grab bar if it still sits there at the 12 o clock position or if you can no longer stand it up like that with this bar. I hate to say it but I clean the underneath of my bike like this and want to be able to keep doing it this way......... Also makes swapping sprokets easier

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Thinking of ordering the PRM 6 pack rack. Can anybody tell me if when you stand the bike up on the grab bar if it still sits there at the 12 o clock position or if you can no longer stand it up like that with this bar. I hate to say it but I clean the underneath of my bike like this and want to be able to keep doing it this way......... Also makes swapping sprokets easier
IDK about the prm rack. And I don't understand how standing the quad up makes it easier to swap the sprocket. Standing the quad up alone is more work than the whole job, the way I do it.

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ive never stood my quad up on end, but the prm rack is a good 8" longer than the stock grab bar (dont quote me on that length, its just an estimate). I dont know if that would be enough to prohibit you from standing it up or not.

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Does the PRM rack have the same stock mounting so your Rear fender (grommet) mounting brackets still mount backup to the bottom of the rear fenders? Seems like it in the pictures on page 1 but wanted to be sure that the fenders had better support than stock.

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