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I just finished a 250 mile trailer run with the 109.. I knew that I was going to be doing this, so when I ordered my bungee buttons I also ordered a set of bungee brackets. ( http://directlineparts.com/product.asp?pid=6231&str=290&ID=956401164 ). I gotta tell, these things are the stuff for strapping down your bike. Absolutely flawless tow, only issue was with my ratchet straps, which hadn't been used in a VERY VERY long time so they stretched quite a bit. Other than that was all good... added a lot of bugs to the freshly washed bike so anyone that rides with me while I'm up here will probably have a much cleaner bike than me 8)

Kudo's to BigJoe and the crew at KewlMetal for the excellent design and super rapid shipping! :bigthumbsup: :bigthumbsup:
 

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I just finished a 250 mile trailer run with the 109.. I knew that I was going to be doing this, so when I ordered my bungee buttons I also ordered a set of bungee brackets. ( http://directlineparts.com/product.asp?pid=6231&str=290&ID=956401164 ). I gotta tell, these things are the stuff for strapping down your bike. Absolutely flawless tow, only issue was with my ratchet straps, which hadn't been used in a VERY VERY long time so they stretched quite a bit. Other than that was all good... added a lot of bugs to the freshly washed bike so anyone that rides with me while I'm up here will probably have a much cleaner bike than me 8)

Kudo's to BigJoe and the crew at KewlMetal for the excellent design and super rapid shipping!  :bigthumbsup: :bigthumbsup:
Thank Bro!
Big Joe.
 
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