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Old 12-24-2019, 05:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone got a site and part # for t bars maybe I want to use stock cables and grips ???
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Star/Yamaha STR-5PX75-12-00 Double T Fatbars. Get better grips. Kuryakyn 6235 ISO grips are nice. Very comfy. Very popular over the years, so if you want to be different then happily there are many other options out there.

There used to be a handlebars thread around here someplace. Might also check the Popular Mods thread for hard-typed info on makers and part numbers (but most links have broken over the years as hosting costs attacked all of us bikers lol).
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also remember even with a t-bar the height and pullback can vary wildly. take your seating position arm length into account when you choose.
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Ok thank you I feel like iv been over thinking it lol just don't want to end up hating them
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Seats and handlebars and pegs are all very personal choices because we are all unique. And it takes awhile for your bones-and-muscles to adapt to changes in riding position. So if you end up trying a few handlebars and grips and pegs its just part of the experience, no worries. It always helps to stumble-across a few local Warrior riders and maybe get to sit in the saddle to see how their set-up fits you. Seats are spendy but its smart to start there since peg and bar comfort varies depending on the seat.

Its a grand experiment. Read as much here as you can because its surprising how much on-the-road knowledge there is here. It can fuel your search imagination!
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Baron RADI'US DRAG BAR BA-7304-00
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