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Here's a page that will show the installation on a bagger for better stability. There are many different brands of stabilizers available from the aftermarket suppliers.

True-Track Installation In 15 Minutes

Some other aftermarket units here. (IMO the better one)

TXR Frame Stabilizer & TRI-Link -

Ride-Str8,True-Track,Terry components

Alloy Art - touring XR stabilizer

Bitchin Baggers - The Bagger-Brace

Bitchin Baggers - The Bagger-Brace

A different view.

VELVA-RIDEâ„¢ $78.80

RevTech $400-$415
Chassis Stabilizer Kit by RevTech

True-Track $398
Going Down Start

Ultra Ride $391
Terry Components - Product Detail

Accu Trak

TXR $400-$450

Tri-Link $351-$400
Alloy Art - Tri-Link stabilizer

Ride-Str8 $385

Stabilizor $349

Missing Link $375
Grandeur Cycle

TWR Missing Link $340

Glide-Pro $390
Glide-Pro Home


I've never found the need for one but out of the choices the "progressive" unit seems to be the best for a number of reasons IMO.

The attachment bolts are shorter reducing the side load on the trans case which means a lot to me over the other kits with the longer bolts. Also the link doesn't hang down below the trans pan at all, it's tucked up behind the pan for better clearance.

Progressive Suspension - Performance Suspension Components for Harley Davidson, Honda, Suzuki, Polaris, Yamaha and Kawasaki
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It's a system that is supposed to take the wallowing out of the rear on baggers. Many have complained about the feel of a wobble on sweeping turns in baggers and this is supposed to address this. I've never used one myself.