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post #871 of 873 (permalink) Old 05-04-2019, 06:44 AM
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Originally Posted by kiwidave View Post
Because I have a very strong personal dislike for:

a/ the stock bars that pullback way too far
b/ high apes that rise above the fairing level on a touring bike (get a kick-only Shovel/Pan to look badass, i say!)
c/ weird bends and ''unicorn'' points on any bars
d/ buying the same brand as 80% of other riders
d/ T-bars on a Road Glide...you're kidding right?

...I have gone with these.......10in KST Outlaws. LOVE them.

Right shape, right height, right look, right on for comfort. Made in the USA.

I am 6ft2in and all those quotes you read everywhere along the lines of ''I am 6ft Xinches blah blah, so I gotta go to 14in/16in, right?'' are just so much horse hockey. I have flat drag bars on my Shovelhead and they are really comfortable too.

That's my 3.5c (adjusted for $US exchange rate ) ;-)
Bars look great Dave, although you kinda hurt my feelings because I have 14 bars (without unicorn points) Lol!
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post #872 of 873 (permalink) Old 05-05-2019, 09:58 AM
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On my 2019 I went with road 6 customs out of Nebraska 13 inch didn’t have to change any of the cables and took about 2 hours.. they have a you tube video showing every step. The hardest part was me not blowing a gasket getting the wires fished through on the right side but awesome bars and great company support
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post #873 of 873 (permalink) Old 05-05-2019, 11:43 AM
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Originally Posted by BDMastiff View Post
I was thinking about how many handlebar threads are started here. Post a good photo of your bike and write the name of handlebars you're using. I have stock bars so I can't play but I'd love to see my choices.
Plenty of pixs of killer BARS.....let's see yours!!!

10" Yaffee here!
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