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Flanders 1
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Flanders 1" Chrome 0" 18° Wide Center Handlebar

$132.99

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J&P Part #:  500-0074
Mfr Part #:  650-08497

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Flanders 1

Flanders 1" Chrome 0" 18° Wide Center Handlebar

$132.99
Order in the next to ship today

Product Details

Description

Description for Flanders 1" Chrome 0" 18° Wide Center Handlebar

• Made of seamless, cold-drawn steel tubing

• Mandrel-bent for accuracy

• Chrome-plated finish

• 4-3/4″ knurled and dimpled for external wiring

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Specifications

Product Specs for Flanders 1" Chrome 0" 18° Wide Center Handlebar

Center Width:
9-1/2"
Color:
Chrome
Diameter:
1"
Drilled for Wiring:
No
Handlebar Width:
32-1/4"-36"
Manufacturer Part Number:
650-08497
Material:
Steel
Pullback:
4-3/4"
Rise:
0"
Sold in Units:
Each
Style:
Drag Bar
Warehouse Part Number:
1068814
Width:
33-1/2"
With/Without Dimples:
With
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Fitment Questions?

With over 750 years of experience combined, our tech staff has the answers!

  • Harley-Davidson®

    • Softail Bad Boy FXSTSB : 1995–1997
    • Softail Cross Bones FLSTSB : 2008–2011
    • Softail Heritage Springer Classic EFI FLSTSCI : 2005
    • Softail Heritage Springer Classic FLSTSC : 2005
    • Softail Heritage Springer EFI FLSTSI : 2001–2003
    • Softail Heritage Springer FLSTS : 1997–2003
    • Softail Springer Classic EFI FLSTSCI : 2006
    • Softail Springer Classic FLSTSC : 2006–2007
    • Softail Springer EFI FXSTSI : 2001–2006
    • Softail Springer FXSTS : 1988–2006
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April 30, 2020
Bars are great, same shipping delay as with the clamps but I have them and bow i can get them.on the bike and get out and enjoy them!!
-ArcAngelXVI
April 29, 2020
The bars are great and shipping was his considering how much is being purchased online right now. Shipping was pretty good.
-ROSS

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Handlebars Measuring Guide

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.

Diagram of Handlebar Measurements
Diagram of Handlebar Measurements
Width: Measure between the two outside points of the handlebars.
Center Width: Measure between the two inside points of the handlebars.
Rise: Measure from the base of the handlebars to their highest point.
Pullback: Measure from the front of the bars to the furthest point back.

Additional Considerations:

  • Handlebars for Springer Softails are different than bars for other bikes. Learn More
  • We offer bars in two groupings by year of fitment — pre–1982 and later models. The differences are the result of a change of configuration in the switch housings. Learn More
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