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Old 02-14-2013, 02:17 PM   #1
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Broken bar ends

One of my bar ends is broken inside the handlebar. How do I get this little piece out?
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Old 02-14-2013, 02:39 PM   #2
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run a screw or bolt into it and pull. If you get a long screw you can lock some vise grips on it once its screwed in. Hit the vise grips like a dent puller and it should come out. Dont get silly with what you run into it. It will make it expand and make extraction harder.
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What about a flat head screwdriver and a hammer?
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a very big flat head and screw it out
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What are yall talking about out? I am talking about the little pieces that did not come off I m guessing they are glued?
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Old 02-14-2013, 03:15 PM   #7
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your bar end screws into that
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id get a bolt with the same thread count and pitch and use vice grips or similar to get it out like Bluewave mentioned....I'd also throw some sort of lube in the inside to help ease it out.
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I wouldn't worry about matching the threads. You just need to get a bite on it. Shouldn't be too hard. It is made to stay in there by expansion. The bolt that goes into it expands it. You should just need to get a grip in it and pull it out
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Those things are about 6 inches long.. Have fun, I pulled mine out and it took some muscle lol..
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Those things are about 6 inches long.. Have fun, I pulled mine out and it took some muscle lol..
Should he just get some new clip ons
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I have never had any that were longer than 1.5"
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Should he just get some new clip ons
It would be easier....

Let me see if I can find mine to show what is all inside the clip on
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Here you go;

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I have never had any that were longer than 1.5"
honda OEM bar ends run almost the full length of the tube.

OP that thing is held in there by a little rubber bushing and friction. i'm still working on getting one of mine out.
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The little rubber bushing is the devil.
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the other side broke and came right out. the other side not so much.
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