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GTM Shock Plate Mount

GTM®

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We've had these now for a few years... haven't sold many, so thought to post this here for anyone looking. Click on the pic below for more info.

GTM PLATEMNT

Rather than use the lower shock mount where the tag and light will be constantly jarred by the motion of the swingarm and not wanting to attach it to the fender or drill any holes in the fender..

Would it be possible to use the upper shock mount behind the shock as attachment point for the bracket?

It would make for cleaner wire routing and less issues but would probably only work on a bike without saddle bags.

Making the bracket longer or shorter the tag could be lower down or higher up on the bike.
 

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I admire creativity. Thats cool that you make things like that. It's cool that if you can't buy it for a specific bike, no problem, you just make what you need.

I bought the V9 roamer to make it my own. I like seeing other peoples solutions and ideas.
 

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Does this fit on the stock mufflers?
From memory, I do not think it will, no. If you want to post a picture from behind the bike and like above, I can give a better guess.
 
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