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To identify your handlebar needs, we recommend measuring your current handlebar's dimensions as a baseline.
To most closely match the measuring system used on our site, we recommend the following method:
Push a table against a wall. Prop up the handlebars in the corner where the table meets the wall, then rotate the bars forward until the front of the bars touch the wall. In this case, rise is the distance from the table to the highest point on the bars, with pullback measured from the wall to the farthest point back.
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Great handlebars. Fit perfectly on my road star warrior. You will need to purchase 2 bolts that the other reviewers have mentioned.
Mounted on a 2006 Yamaha Warrior. Used 1/2" x 2 1/2" UNC bolts. Added 6" to factory wiring to install through the bars. It looks Beautiful.
Mounted on road star Warrior, good fit, plenty of room for cables, very good position on the bike.
Looks good, nice chrome.
ORIGINALLY HAD SAME BARS WITH 11 1/2" PULL BACK BUT FOUND THAT PUT ME TOO FAR BACK ON THE BIKE. THE 8 1/2" IS PERFECT. GOOD CHROME,SOLID BARS AND PLENTY OF ROOM IN THE BARS TO RUN THE WIRES. THEIR A BUY
I purchased a set of the Milwaukee Twins Radius Bars early this summer. The quality is excellent and they still look brand new on the bike. Nothing but compliments about them from othe bike owners. The were an easy install and running the electrical through the bars was no more difficult than other bars I've had. The key here is patience and persistence. Very satisfied and will buy them again.
These bars look great and I get a lot of compliments. However, they did not come with all of the needed hardware. It wouldn't be too hard to include the studs, washers, and nuts to mount them to the triple trees. Also, the welds were very much unclean on the inside and it took some real finess to get the wires in the bars. They kept snagging on the welds at the "T" intersections. If you're looking for a straight forward install, these are not the bars for you. But if you are mechanically inclined and a good problem solver (intermediate level mechanic), with a couple of hours and some effort, you will have a very nice looking set of bars.
Very easy install. You have to go to ACE Hardware and get two 1/2 inch chrome bolts and washers the right size to mount them to the trees. Stock cables fit fine. Look real good on the bike.
Nice set of bars. Will use stock cables, wires on the Vstar 650 Custom (without the cable guide bracket), but you will have to remove and replace handlebar switches etc, with bars off the bike, and then bolt the bars down. I recommend you clean the threads with a tap and die set to aid in easy of installation. I almost cross threaded the bolts during installation. Did not come with installation bolts. Went to local MC shop and picked up a pair.
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