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Old 09-23-2013, 08:23 AM   #2205
jtmajors
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Originally Posted by CaribouCases View Post
I think it is better to have the back rest pad contact lower rather than up high on adventure touring bikes. In a get-off I think it is safer to have the back rest low. That's why ours are positioned where they are. Hope this explains it. Thank you.

-roger
but what about comfort for the pillion? Anyone tried it?
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