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Man... Bill from BR Custom Cycles told me it would be around 4-6 weeks for him to build, powder coat and ship my bars. He was true to his word. 5 weeks later they were done and in transit. They should arrive today but it may be Monday.

I ordered the BR Custom Sweeping Beaters, 10" wide on the bottom, 33-34 " wide across the top, 12" tall" with solid gussets welded in.

I'll post pics as soon as I get them in.
 
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I bet they're going to really set the bike off. I think these bikes look great all decked out. I really like the orange one's when all done up.
 
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Yea..I agree. Here is a pic of the same bars. They should be almost identical to these......

 

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very nice! are you going to install yourself or have someone do it for you? I'm looking to do a bar install myself but am a little worried about the TBW. Was qouted by the dealer $180 for install and $400 for install with internal wiring.
 
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I planned to install them myself. Most dealers charge between 6-10 hrs labor to install these bars and run the wiring internally, etc.:eek: I'm going to do a thorough write up detailed with pics.:) Of coarse I'll post it here when I'm done.
 

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Roland sands bars absolutly get it done .I have always had to change out my bars on my bikes and on my 08 RG I ysed these bars .Easy install (as easy as it can be on our beast of burden ) Custom look and not too high install took two hours (had to figt the fairing a little bit as always ) or it would have been done in 1 hour 50 min hahah
 

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What is the price diff between the yaffe's and the BR Custom bars?
 
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