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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-02-2007, 09:25 PM Thread Starter
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Highway bars

Anyone familiar with this Highway bar???

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i have those bars and like them. makes the bike look a little bigger than kaw bar. a little tight getting them on and had to use a rat tail file to get just a little clearance to get them on but well worth it. the finish isn't as good as the kaw bars but not by much IMHO. i wear a size 12 boot and have enough room for shifting & brakeing. i had a parking lay down and the bike was well protected and easy to get up since it was at about a 30 degree angle cause of the bars. i have leather wrap around the outside bar so never get scratches from a laydown. also great bars for highway pegs. Hope it helps.

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I just installed the kaw.highway bar I bought off
ebay new oem kaw. still some on ebay and I
found highway pegs with the vtwin script
on them everything fit perfect took about
hour and a half looks real nice.
With the bars&pegs was about$128.00
with shipping........
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i have those bars and like them. makes the bike look a little bigger than kaw bar. a little tight getting them on and had to use a rat tail file to get just a little clearance to get them on but well worth it. the finish isn't as good as the kaw bars but not by much IMHO. i wear a size 12 boot and have enough room for shifting & brakeing. i had a parking lay down and the bike was well protected and easy to get up since it was at about a 30 degree angle cause of the bars. i have leather wrap around the outside bar so never get scratches from a laydown. also great bars for highway pegs. Hope it helps.

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would you happen to have a picture of the bars installed on your bike???

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here are a couple of pix

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that didn't work lol
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how can i down load the pix? let me know and i get them on here
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how can i down load the pix? let me know and i get them on here
Looks like you tried to link to pics just on your 'puter.
Check out the re-write I did HERE and see if that helps.
Let me know if ya have any troubles then and I'll try to make it more complete.


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thanks for lending a hand Hyper but everytime i get to uploading it says the file exceeds limits. i'm totally helpless i just keep working on it and try another approach
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You can email it to me if ya like............
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