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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-08-2012, 01:58 PM Thread Starter
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difference between the 8ball bars and

the I assume are Ram bars. I found this auction http://www.ebay.com/itm/VICTORY-NESS...51188286432%26
I emailed the seller no response yet. Im looking for more pullback so Im not too stretched forward. My stock bar kinda hurt my wrists and shoulders. I think he also has flybars

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you don't want the Ram Bar. They will move your reach more foreward. If you want a longer bar back. i would suggest purchase the stock bar off a cross roads. It's has alittle more pullback to it and you won't need new cables.

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These are Ness Fly bars. They are a few inches back from stock. I am 5'8" tall and the fit me perfectly.IMG_0179.jpg
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Phat performance has a line of bars cruiser performance they offer a time bar setup I might go with. Just have to measure it out.

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I replaced my stock 07 8-ball bars with the Ness fly bar. Wonderful. Only Ness product I ever tried that was worth the money.
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I did see someone selling flybars on ebay on the cheap

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How about cross country bars? Would they work on the pin?

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How about cross country bars? Would they work on the pin?

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The Cross Country Bar would work. The thing is your now at a 4" pullback. So we are talking new cables and that get's pretty expensive. I would recommend the cross roads bar. It's 2" back than stock KP bars and you don't need cables.

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