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Looking at Tarzan handle bars from VicBaggers. Havent commited yet. Was wondering about pullback..I am 5'10" and of robust stature lololol. Yup fat. put a 1.5" drop kit on the CC. Was wondering what the suggested pullback is for a slightly back lean to straight sitting position. Any Help would be appreciated. Ride safe brothers and sisters

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Looking at Tarzan handle bars from VicBaggers. Havent commited yet. Was wondering about pullback..I am 5'10" and of robust stature lololol. Yup fat. put a 1.5" drop kit on the CC. Was wondering what the suggested pullback is for a slightly back lean to straight sitting position. Any Help would be appreciated. Ride safe brothers and sisters

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I put the Tarzan bars on my bike last weekend. I went with a +2 rise and a +2 pull back. I'm 5'11" and it's very comfortable and allows me to lean back as much as I want.

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Thank you for the info. Was any longer or extensions for the cables needed, or does rerouting take care of that issues?

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Rerouting takes care of the wires and cables on +2 +2. The clutch cable took me some time to figure out. I went straight up from the tank, in between the bar risers then left up the left handlebar.
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I used Helibars on our bike, I recently took them off as we are going to trade bikes. These bars sell for $750 new and I'll be listing mine over the weekend on several forums and Facebook. I'll be asking $500 with shipping. Unlimited adjustments for total comfort.

https://www.helibars.com/products/He...odels/597.html

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