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Old 11-13-2012, 04:26 AM   #16
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GSA pillion

My K1200GT2 was replaced with a 12012 GSA. My 5'9" Pillion likes the Wunderlich dropped pegs and the higher std. GS pillion seat. I use the stock GSA front and rear seats for solo riding. In the high front position, the seats are level and there is plenty of room to move around. Also, try the Fastway pegs in the low position to eliminate the pant cuff snag with the stock pegs...This bike is the best two up ride yet, for us!
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Old 11-13-2012, 05:53 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by Wdwrkr View Post
how do you travel with the dog. This is on my wish list, but my border collie is pretty active. I've been looking for a dog carrier.
I've seen others ride with their dogs on the pillion or in crates mounted as a topcase, but I'm not comfortable with that much weight up high nor not having them secure. Plus part of the sheer enjoyment of travel with my dog is sharing the experience, being able to see each other or reach out and touch each other. So as it says in my sig file...

I got a sidecar to travel with my dog. He never complains, is delighted to be with me, approves of my dietary choices, is a social butterfly who helps me meet folks, appreciates a good beer, snuggles better than my wife, and hangs on my every word as if it's the most profound thing he's ever heard.
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