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Detachable Motorcycle Passenger Arm Rests

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Old 05-20-2011   #1
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Default Detachable Motorcycle Passenger Arm Rests

Motorcycle armrests, attaches to the backrest or sissy bar of your motorcycle, giving your passenger a more pleasant and comfortable ride. Motorcycle Passenger Armrests fit Harley Davidson, Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Suzuki motorcycles and motor trikes.

More passengers enjoy Love Handles than any other armrest for H-D, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha Sissy Bars!
Throughout America and internationally, people trust Love Handles motorcycle passenger armrests. They ride through untold miles in comfort and with a new-found feeling of security that makes every ride more enjoyable.
No more tension in turns, no more grimaces over rough roads, no more cramped shoulders, no more rides that end before they should. Our unique attachment sets, designed for your sissy bar, attach - with no changes to your sissy bar - in about 15 minutes with a few simple tools. Remove Love Handles in 30 seconds for solo riding.
Built solid in the USA, from superior quality materials
Our California shop is ISO-Certified for total quality throughout. We use chromed steel, aircraft-grade aluminum and the same highly durable, hand-stitched, synthetic leather found in the best motorcycle seats.
Proven on Harley, Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki & Suzuki bikes & trikes!
Love Handles Motorcycle Passenger Armrests are perfect on millions of the sissy bars riders use. Not quite all quite yet (no Ultras, no Goldwings), but most styles are shown in our online store.We guarantee that your Love Handles to be free of defects in quality and workmanship. If at any time your product fails, return it to us and we will repair or replace the defective part. What's more, if you aren't 100% satisfied, we will refund your full purchase price if we receive the product back within 30 days.
You can adjust Love Handles the height of your sissy bar and adjust the armrest angle for maximum passenger comfort. Of course you'll get complete installation instructions. Now our customers throughout the US and internationally love their Love Handles and the accessories we've developed to go along with them. They love the comfort. The new-found feeling of security in turns, in wind, over bumps. Easy on & off for the passenger, quickly detachable for the biker .All chrome, black anodized aluminum and the feel of leather. So if you own a Metric bike or have an American ride, Love Handles Motorcycle Passenger Armrests will adapt to your sissy bar.
By the way, we build Love Handles right here in the USA, working with great fabricators and upholsters, because we think keeping the jobs here is the right thing to do.Most important of all, your favorite passenger can relax and enjoy the ride ~ and that will make it more fun for you both. And more fun means more rides!
But keep in mind that we created Love Handles arm rests for comfort the safety is still in your hands. So keep the shiny side up and Love the Road...Love the Ride!
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