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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 05-29-2013, 10:08 PM Thread Starter
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Would these fit? Im not sure if the center is big enough.

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No. You need at least 5 inches.

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Would these fit? Im not sure if the center is big enough.

http://www.sideroadcycles.com/import...ubmanCafe.html
Wich ones? There's two sizes listed 4.5"&7.5", our stock risers are 4,3/4" and those 4.5" bars wouldn't fit.


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I think I'm going to give these a shot next paycheck...

http://www.dimecitycycles.com/vintag...le-club-b.html

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I think I'm going to give these a shot next paycheck...

http://www.dimecitycycles.com/vintag...le-club-b.html
I don't think those will fit the bike if they are mounted as pictured. I had a set very similar and the gauge cluster was wider than the width of the bar rise. In order to clear the cluster, you will need the bar-rise width roughly the same as the stock bar.

This is what my Biltwell Keystone bar looked like. If you decide on that bar, you'll have to set them up like I did.

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Just installed my clubman bars inverterd of course and boy does she handle like a different bike. But now I need to come up with a source of shorter clutch, thottle and brake lines. Any suggestions? Will post pics tomorrow.

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Just installed my clubman bars inverterd of course and boy does she handle like a different bike. But now I need to come up with a source of shorter clutch, thottle and brake lines. Any suggestions? Will post pics tomorrow.
That's what I noticed with the Keystone bars I had. The bike turned on a dime and the twisties were fun. However, I didn't like the seating posture I was forced into.

Have fun with the new bars!

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Ah.... The inverted clubman configuration. Did this on a few bikes....

What ya going to do about mirrors??


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