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The classified docs (Yep, in my garage behind my Vette...lol) the FBI has been searching about the Indian Chieftain sissy bar backrests is that you can adjust the tilt angle to about 15 degrees. This tiny 15-degree will make a whole universe of difference. Here's why! Tilt the bar down for your passenger to have a more comfortable layback. Bring the bar upright so you can carry more volume of gear if your bike is equipped with my optional luggage rack.

Another classified secret is the passenger's backrest pad is detachable. Want to give the meanest look to your neighbors? Simply unscrew the 2 nuts on the back pressure plate and the pad will come off. There are no drill holes on the sissy bar itself, only a clean and smooth surface!

Discover these top classified docs only at my online garage www.mcustomcycles.com.

Hey! Don't touch my Vette, Ok!
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