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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 12-11-2010, 12:18 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone know if there is anyone out there that is making the same style RG handle bars as the stock ones but with a little more pull back?? I like the stock bars but just wish they came back a little further so that i can get rid of the hunched over effect. Hey thanks in advance.
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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 12-11-2010, 12:44 AM
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Just put on some risers. Cheaper that way.
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May want to look at the Heritage Style bars. Kinda similar but more pullback, making for a much more comfy ride


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I have the Heritage style handle bars from HD and love them , they will give you around 2" lift and 3" pull back . The Heritage style bars are made for the Road Glide / Road King by the MOCO and you can still use the stock wires and cables , you need HD part #56902-08 if you have the throttle by wire & when I got them in 09 they were $79.95 . You cant use risers on the FLTR because of the way the instrument bezel is set up , also risers will cost you just as much or more then the handle bars .


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I have the Heritage style handle bars from HD and love them , they will give you around 2" lift and 3" pull back . The Heritage style bars are made for the Road Glide / Road King by the MOCO and you can still use the stock wires and cables , you need HD part #56902-08 if you have the throttle by wire & when I got them in 09 they were $79.95 . You cant use risers on the FLTR because of the way the instrument bezel is set up , also risers will cost you just as much or more then the handle bars .
+1 on the heritage. It is probably the bar that should have come standard!! I am 6-02 with long arms and the stock bars were too short for me, not sure who the bars were designed for.

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I failed to mention that i am 5'5".Will that play any part in your recommendations. Thanks again
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I'm 5'6" or 5'7" (depending on which liquor store I'm running out of!), and I had the heritage bars on my 2010 FLTRX until I did my apes, and I loved them!! I would recommend them to anyone in a heart beat!


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I have a question about heritage style bars. Haven't been to my stealer yet but all the bars I have found online fit 08 & up. Anybody know if they are available for an 04?


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no reason that I can see that the '08 and later ones won't fit. Only difference in bars is the notch for the twist grip sensor. grips for throttle and idle cable fit just fine. If you didn't want the notch just grab the standard heritage bar, part number 56623-99 MSRP in the catalog is $70


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