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Old 07-01-2010, 11:56 AM   #1
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Local place to get handlebar risers??

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I'm looking for this but don't want to buy online. Prefer to see the product first hand before buying.


Local place to get handlebar risers??

http://www.powersportsfx.com/sa/p/Un...ers_-_1_up.htm

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Old 07-01-2010, 12:25 PM   #2
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Well I don't know about local

There's not alot to then, just a chunk of billet

I have heli-bars and risers

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have you tried x-it cycles in league city? Ive had pretty good luck with them for parts and such.

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oh just realized that these are probably for that speed triple. I was thinking dirt. Sorry.
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....I have heli-bars and risers
Ed: Any pictures of your setup?? The low position of the clip-ons is what keeps me away of sport bikes!!!

Planning to re-install the "Clubman bars" (again) but now with the risers.
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I bought mine off Ebay. They were for a XR50 but worked on my Yamadog no problem. They are 2" which is a bit too much so I'm going to cut them down to
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I'm not a young un anymore either and can't stand all the weight on my hands
but can't see myself on a cruiser either....

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Good find!!! cheaper and taller than the Genmar risers!!!!


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Found the risers on black color at ebay for $40.00 with shipment. Last weekend I re-install the Clubman bar, lets see how it works with the risers. Will post pictures of the new setup soon.

Actual setup (is hard to see the detail of the Clubman bar)

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