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I have been trying to locate information about how the Yamaha engine guards install onto the Roadliner/Stratoliner. I can see how they attach to the bottom of the frame, but I cannot see how they attach to the top of the frame. Can someone who has installed these or knows how they are installed tell me the how they attach? I stopped by the Yamaha dealer and they could not tell me. How wierd is that? Thanks
 

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The Yamaha bars come with a "J" shaped bracket that has a rubber damper in it. This bracket tucks under the frame near the triple tree area. See attachment.
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looks like the factory bars sweep really far forward at the bottom. Interesting look. There are not a lot of good pictures of stratoliners with engine guards online. It's hard to decide. Is there a reason you like oem over factory?
 

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Maybe it's me ,but I thought (which is usually my 1st mistake) oem (original equipment manufacture) was the same as factory ...
 

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looks like the factory bars sweep really far forward at the bottom. Interesting look. There are not a lot of good pictures of stratoliners with engine guards online. It's hard to decide. Is there a reason you like oem over factory?
Just like the way they sweep foward and not like every other bike you see.Also gives a little more leg room to the foot pegs. With me having a 36" inseam need all that extra room.
 

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The Yamaha bars come with a "J" shaped bracket that has a rubber damper in it. This bracket tucks under the frame near the triple tree area. See attachment.
Hope this helps
Scooper
Can you repost the picture I am having same issue with my new bars?
 
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