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post #21 of 27 (permalink) Old 03-06-2019, 07:25 PM
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Here’s what I use on my DCT. Goes in place where the cb controls would be. Holds a 20 oz yeti full of coffee with no issues!
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I have an '18 DA also. I don't think a cup holder is recommended anywhere between the handlebars as it will either become a missile aimed at your head or puncture/divert the airbag when it deploys. Can't remember where I read that, I think in the owner's manual. Makes sense to me.
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I just put on the same cupholder from Baker built that Mark showed you on his post. Comes with three different size foam inserts to adjust for what size cup you’re using. Works great. Tried to get one from Wingstuff, but they were on back order. I found the same cup on eBay for the same price.

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Each to his own but I don't need a holder on my bars. Just my personal feelings about having too much stuff on the bars. I tuck a water bottle in my jacket if needs be or in my trunk rack bag pockets. Gives me a reason to stop and smell the roses LOL

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Here’s what I use on my DCT. Goes in place where the cb controls would be. Holds a 20 oz yeti full of coffee with no issues!
I use similar, but I prefer larger capacity...
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Do you have this attached to the left handlebar of a DCT?
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post #27 of 27 (permalink) Old 03-12-2019, 12:15 AM
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Well, in fact I own a lotta ram bits.
I have two of the short arms connected with a double male ball connector..
but yes. On long trips it's empty and sits outside my handlebars on the left
(and I use it to park my gloves when I get off to stretch my legs) 'round town nominally it sits over the numerical keypad blocking the digits there when I run to wawa, get my mug refilled, and run and relax for a few minutes before work..

I do not have an airbag.. I have a 2018 tour without.
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