I ran into a guy on a 2013 RGC with 12" Outlawz. He told me he got them at Delray Cycles in Delray Beach, Florida. Since I live nearby, I decided to stop in.
They didnt have them in stock but he told me he could order them.I was quoted $1600-$1700 for the bars, installed with all the cables included. When he saw my look of shock, he informed me that the installation took at least 10 hours. I told him I was going to put them on myself and that everyone on RoadGlide.Org was installing them with stock cables. He informed me that if I did, I would end up stuck on the side of the road one day.
Then another guy walked up and asked me if I ever installed bars with TBW. I said no and he then told me that it is so difficult that even they have trouble doing it.
I wish I lived closer I would go knock that SOB out and when he woke up I would show him my 12" outlaws with stock cables with close to 7000 miles on them. I hate these dudes that try to intimidate customers.
Was it a pain in the ass to wire, yes. But with a little patience you can do it. It took me 6 hours with several beer and smoke breaks, and taking it slow. Bars cost me 175 bucks and I used stock everything.
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Run run run away from that dealer they are trying to rip you off. You can do it, I just finished installing mine and this was my first time internally wiring a set of bars plenty of info on this forum, look under handlebars subsection for installation step by step and tbw info. All the stock cables and wires worked fine.
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