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I have a set of brand new Lindby highway bars for sale, I installed one side and decided I like the forged bars better. Cost me $399 and will sell for $300 shipped in the U.S. I do have PayPal
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These are usually bike specific. For what bike are these made?
 

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There for a cross country “xc” and I guess they will fit a cross roads as well.
 

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Did you happen to get a pic directly from the side? I like these bars and my short legs don’t quite reach the top of the stock bars on my 15 CC. I know the footrests on these are lower - if I can confirm they sit further back I may be interested...
 

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When I installed the one side my feet bearly touched the top of the bars and I’m 5’8” tall. They look damn good and are very stout, very good quality also. My friend has these on his Harley and he can’t reach the top bars on his with his feet so I’m guessing that’s how these are made, he ended up installing pegs on his.
 

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When I installed the one side my feet bearly touched the top of the bars and I’m 5’8” tall. They look damn good and are very stout, very good quality also. My friend has these on his Harley and he can’t reach the top bars on his with his feet so I’m guessing that’s how these are made, he ended up installing pegs on his.
Yeah I had a set on my Vegas and they were perfect. Looks like these may extend back a little more than stock on a CC, but can’t really tell.
 
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