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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 12-14-2012, 06:38 PM Thread Starter
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anyone put heritage style bars on their 2007?

I like these bars for the price but I'm not sure if they'll fit because of the tbw. I did a search for this but couldn't find anything.
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no tbw on 2007
Got heritage bars on my 07. Better than oem, like them better than the
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Got the Heritage bars on my 08 not any difference between to 07 and 08 for handlebar fitment. The TBW handlebars will work on your 07 just fine the only difference between the TBW and the non-TBW bars are the notches on the end of the handlebars for the TBW twist grip sensor but those notches won't affect your throttle at all.


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anyone put heritage style bars on their 2007

I just put oem heritage bars on my 2007 aswell as new grips. Longer cables not needed and they fit me just right. Be very careful with the trottle/idle cable ferrules in the throttle housing. They're a bitch to find on the floor if you drop them. Being a klutz I planned for that and bought a set before I started.
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if anyone is interested, i pulled the trigger a little too quick on a set of heritage bars here thinking they were the 'heritage style', but they were in fact the non-tbw heritage bars. since i already paid for them, there was no way to (ethically) back out of the deal, but they aren't doing me any good.

i paid $45.00 shipped, if anyone wants to make me an offer.

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if anyone is interested, i pulled the trigger a little too quick on a set of heritage bars here thinking they were the 'heritage style', but they were in fact the non-tbw heritage bars. since i already paid for them, there was no way to (ethically) back out of the deal, but they aren't doing me any good.

i paid $45.00 shipped, if anyone wants to make me an offer.
If those are bars for a heritage they may not work on the FLTR. There should be a difference between the handlebars for a heritage and the heritage "style" handlebars for the FLTR/FLHR.


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If those are bars for a heritage they may not work on the FLTR. There should be a difference between the handlebars for a heritage and the heritage "style" handlebars for the FLTR/FLHR.
these are the older heritage bars, pre-tbw. i bought them off of this forum, from a guy who had them on his 2007 fltr.

here's a link to the original for sale thread... https://www.roadglide.org/showthread.php?t=23572

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these are the older heritage bars, pre-tbw. i bought them off of this forum, from a guy who had them on his 2007 fltr.

here's a link to the original for sale thread... https://www.roadglide.org/showthread.php?t=23572
That's good then the handlebars you have are the Heritage Style. The reason I asked was because you mentioned that they were Heritage handlebars and not "Heritage style" handlebars. HD does make (or at least they use to) A Heritage style handlebar the was non-TBW but it was still called the "Heritage Style" handlebar and it is exactly the same as the "Heritage Style" TBW handlebars minus the TBW notches.


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That's good then the handlebars you have are the Heritage Style. The reason I asked was because you mentioned that they were Heritage handlebars and not "Heritage style" handlebars. HD does make (or at least they use to) A Heritage style handlebar the was non-TBW but it was still called the "Heritage Style" handlebar and it is exactly the same as the "Heritage Style" TBW handlebars minus the TBW notches.
Whats the difference between the pre tbw Heritage style bars and the Heritage bars? Knerels gap?

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