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post #1 of 31 (permalink) Old 07-03-2007, 12:45 PM Thread Starter
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9" Rise TT Drag Bars

Changed out the bars again!!Took off the Highway Hawk drag sport bars and replaced them with a set of 9" rise 0" pull back TT Drag bars with a 25 degree bend instead of the 18 degree and 3.25"pull back and 6.5"rise on the H.H. bars.I like the new ones much better!!!! They seem to fit me better and are more comfortable for me.Got the new ones off of E bay under Chopper Bars from Zimalady For $30.
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CUSTOM-Seat,quick detach backrest,2.5"slam brackets,Pipes,Fender struts,head light mount,9"rise dragbars,Grips,Mirrors, turnsignals,LED brake light/Lic.plate frame,Chopper headlight. Shaved,Jetted,coastered,polished forks,saddle&Tool bags,horns moved,180/70/15 rear tire!!! Yes a 180!!!!And other stuff.....
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post #2 of 31 (permalink) Old 07-03-2007, 03:22 PM
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Gives the bike an interesting look.


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B MAN, the bars look great!
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Bars look good, dont make any sudden stops without a full face helmet on,looks like it might hurt.

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Yeah Tim it is an interesting look for sure!! but suprisingly comfortable and fits the look I'm going with.And Steve I know the look like they could hurt in a sudden stop in the pictures but they are really not that close.And Odie,thanks thought you would like them,and can't wait to see some pics of your bike!!

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CUSTOM-Seat,quick detach backrest,2.5"slam brackets,Pipes,Fender struts,head light mount,9"rise dragbars,Grips,Mirrors, turnsignals,LED brake light/Lic.plate frame,Chopper headlight. Shaved,Jetted,coastered,polished forks,saddle&Tool bags,horns moved,180/70/15 rear tire!!! Yes a 180!!!!And other stuff.....
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You wouldn't happen to have a p/n for the bars and where you ordered them from. I really like the way those look and have been looking for a set like that myself.

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Found them on EBAY under "Chopper Bars" the seller was Zimalady.

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CUSTOM-Seat,quick detach backrest,2.5"slam brackets,Pipes,Fender struts,head light mount,9"rise dragbars,Grips,Mirrors, turnsignals,LED brake light/Lic.plate frame,Chopper headlight. Shaved,Jetted,coastered,polished forks,saddle&Tool bags,horns moved,180/70/15 rear tire!!! Yes a 180!!!!And other stuff.....
Springfield 1911-A1 Compact .45acp

03 F250 superduty 4x4 V-10 crew cab long box 33's,CAI,SS duals with magnaflow

04 durango AWD
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Found them on EBAY under "Chopper Bars" the seller was Zimalady.
Thanks. I'll see what I can find.
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Nice Bars! they look hella cool. I may need to re think LULUs bars. Did you have to replace any cables? I does not look like it but just wanted to know.
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No lurch I didn't have to replace anything.They fit great and feel great to me.And of course they look killer!!!!

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CUSTOM-Seat,quick detach backrest,2.5"slam brackets,Pipes,Fender struts,head light mount,9"rise dragbars,Grips,Mirrors, turnsignals,LED brake light/Lic.plate frame,Chopper headlight. Shaved,Jetted,coastered,polished forks,saddle&Tool bags,horns moved,180/70/15 rear tire!!! Yes a 180!!!!And other stuff.....
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