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dont do it. you end up with 5" pullbacks.the part #'s are
one digit apart. even the service guy wondered about them .
guess he should have called me. looks more like a tiller than
ever.remember the old push mower handlebars?i'd post
a picture but then you would laugh at my large w/shield AND
the bars.put about 300 miles yesterday.interesting riding.
needless tp say there is a set of proper numbered bars ordered.
ammo,thats probably why the brake line was too short.

the good news is the passenger can steer for a while and
you can take a nap--irv

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Irv; we're goin to need pics!

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dont do it. you end up with 5" pullbacks.the part #'s are
one digit apart. even the service guy wondered about them .
guess he should have called me. looks more like a tiller than
ever.remember the old push mower handlebars?i'd post
a picture but then you would laugh at my large w/shield AND
the bars.put about 300 miles yesterday.interesting riding.
needless tp say there is a set of proper numbered bars ordered.
ammo,thats probably why the brake line was too short.

the good news is the passenger can steer for a while and
you can take a nap--irv
You beat the hell out of me yesterday. We managed about 130 miles between her uncles 60th party, and going to Rockford Speedway. Sad to say though, that was plenty.

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we did 80 in the morning doing dr crap around winnebago and rockford. the rest after noon. and yeah we took breaks. 95
degrees riding and i think i cooked a rump roast with the motor heat.

for your viewing pleasure i submit your laugh of the day.
i taped the originals on just for sh-ts and giggles. the nice thing
about it is in 30 seconds i can have apes. by the end of the
week things will be back to normal.

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ultimate seat, hid low beams, timing wheel back in,
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So those are 2" pullbacks for xc, not standard xc bars correct? Looks like anybody could do the Tommy Lee trick with those bars!

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we did 80 in the morning doing dr crap around winnebago and rockford. the rest after noon. and yeah we took breaks. 95
degrees riding and i think i cooked a rump roast with the motor heat.

for your viewing pleasure i submit your laugh of the day.
i taped the originals on just for sh-ts and giggles. the nice thing
about it is in 30 seconds i can have apes. by the end of the
week things will be back to normal.
Damn, i'm thinking about going two or three inches shorter than the stock bars.
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So those are 2" pullbacks for xc, not standard xc bars correct? Looks like anybody could do the Tommy Lee trick with those bars!
yep good ol 2" xct or cc pullbacks. so now we know the
rest of the story. hope it hold s off on rain .i thinkwe are
going to chance it, taking the boat. got it cleaned from
yesterday.

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we did 80 in the morning doing dr crap around winnebago and rockford. the rest after noon. and yeah we took breaks. 95
degrees riding and i think i cooked a rump roast with the motor heat.

for your viewing pleasure i submit your laugh of the day.
i taped the originals on just for sh-ts and giggles. the nice thing
about it is in 30 seconds i can have apes. by the end of the
week things will be back to normal.
You have just begun a new fad fella. Biker's biceps have grown large enough. It's time we say so long to doing pull ups on ape hangers and start working our pectorals on this swinging new set of parallel bars. The one who does the most flips during their dismount wins!




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Irv,
I'm not going to knock it in the least mostly because I'm a function is more important than fit guy. Adding to that you may have accidentally came up with a fix for shorter riders and/or riders with limited reach either from size or disability.

I really like the way the sidecovers came out, those are friggin' sweet! I may just be copying that idea from you but if I do I'll make sure to give credit to you.

I'm curious, what are you using for a seat pad?

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Irv,
I'm not going to knock it in the least mostly because I'm a function is more important than fit guy. Adding to that you may have accidentally came up with a fix for shorter riders and/or riders with limited reach either from size or disability.

I really like the way the sidecovers came out, those are friggin' sweet! I may just be copying that idea from you but if I do I'll make sure to give credit to you.

I'm curious, what are you using for a seat pad?
i found out its cheaper to cut off my arms at the elbows than
get new bars. going to the shop now.milwaukee saw is there.
hey ron just turn the bars around for you.
i have a pro pad[super large for the super large]. i also have
a ride easy--they help some. need some feedback when ron gets
that ultimate seat.

just remember ther is a blue xc on here that got color keyed first.
he also painted the entire bike the great looking tricoat--irv

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forged bars,bag bars,tach,driver and pass backrest[vic]
vic luggage rack and lowers,iso grips,2" pullbacks
hard bags,xc adj pass footrests, color keyed side
chin fairings. 7 jurock custom made windshield.
ultimate seat, hid low beams, timing wheel back in,
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