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I found these on ebay http://www.ebay.com/itm/Drag-Handleb...0e37d0&vxp=mtr

Curious if I would end up with more pullback compared to stock pin 8ball bars.

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Anyone ? would this be less or more pullback and stuff compared to stuck pin bars

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Best bet is to use the measurements of the bars you want to buy and compare them to the bars already on the bike.
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I don't know the stock measurement of the pin bars that's the problem lol

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Side Road Cycles - Stock Handlebar Sizes

So for a pre-2007 8-ball it looks as if: (eBay vs Stock)
24-3/4" Wide vs 35" (new = 11 1/4 narrower)
5-1/8" Rise vs 5 1/2" (new = 3/8 shorter rise)
1" Pullback vs 10" (new=9" less pullback)

So it looks, according to the information I see, that they'd have considerably less pullback.

If anyone reads this differently than me, please chime in.

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Thanx for the link, i have on 09. Bookmarking the site

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here is 6 thousand bars to look at if you click on ( more information) they will tell you width and pull back and rise
https://www.denniskirk.com/search/ha...n/handlebars.q

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Honestly you can tell from the picture just how much LESS the drag bars pull back. They are of the cafe style variety and typically the setup is closer to a street bike than a cruiser. They do look bitchin though lol

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Default looking at bars again

I actually just bought these same bars from ebay in black. Only $50 with shipping so I decided to give it a shot. I'll let you know how they are when I get them.


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