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Bushtec currently has a Spyder in their fabrication shop for final fitment of their prototype hitch.

They feel we will be EXTREMELY impressed their finished product as they have incorporated the personality of the machine into a structurally correct and sound design with quick removal and installation (NOT a receiver design).

Their Can-Am Spyder hitch will be frame mount with load distribution at or below the axle centerline for optimum trailer performance. As a point of information, the hitch will NOT be swing arm mounted and will have no impact on the rear suspension performance. They will also have an electrical package to protect the bikes electrics as a component of the hitch system. They will release the product approximately April 1st and said to watch http://www.bushtec.com for release and ordering information.
 

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Bushtec currently has a Spyder in their fabrication shop for final fitment of their prototype hitch.

They feel we will be EXTREMELY impressed their finished product as they have incorporated the personality of the machine into a structurally correct and sound design with quick removal and installation (NOT a receiver design).

Their Can-Am Spyder hitch will be frame mount with load distribution at or below the axle centerline for optimum trailer performance. As a point of information, the hitch will NOT be swing arm mounted and will have no impact on the rear suspension performance. They will also have an electrical package to protect the bikes electrics as a component of the hitch system. They will release the product approximately April 1st and said to watch http://www.bushtec.com for release and ordering information.
If you like I'll post some pics when it's done.

 

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There will be some slight changes but here's the pics.

I got to say that the Spyder handles better with the trailer than without. I run Deals Gap quite a bit and I was able to go through the twisties much faster than before. I think what ever effect it might have had on the VSS was a good thing.




 
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