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We've got a Madsen, it has been great for hauling up to four of our five kids. We enjoy it. George, I have been loiknog at alternate bar setups for my bike. What have you done? Are those Albatross bars? The camera angle may be deceiving, they seem to have more rise.
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Good poitns all around. Truly appreciated.