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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-17-2010, 04:37 PM Thread Starter
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Greetings...I'm interested in alternate handlebars for my 2005 VN750-specifically, those I could convert over to without having to alter control cables, hydraulic lines and so on...

I particularly like the Roland Sands Short Stack design, but I don't know if it would fit on a VN750-it's designed for Sporsters and Dynas...picture is attached.

Would be interested to see pictures of this and other handlebars installed on your VN750s, if you'd care to share, and also learn from you how difficult it was to swap handlebars. TIA for all responses!
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that needs a lot of modifications... unless you can find it in a 7/8" design... Most cycles these days use 1" or larger bars
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Road 6 customs will make some bars that look very much like the ones you pictured in 7/8" to your specs for about $145. flat or gloss black, or chrome
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you could always cut the ends off that bar and have a machine shop make you some rods that fit in there (turned down to 7/8 so that your controls will still fit). It could work. Matter of fact, i picked up a set of Victory bars recently and am in the process of doing just that. Pictures to follow
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Spam yes, but it's funny. As for the Vulcan 750 handlebars, I can understand someone wanting to customize their bike. But I absolutely love the stock bars. They are the most comfortable bars I've ever had on any bike, and the seat, bar, and footpeg layout is absolutely perfect for me, though I realize it might not be perfect for everybody. Jerry.

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