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$1900.00

Discussion in 'Pull up a chair and sit for a spell' started by Red Rider, Mar 21, 2019.

  1. Red Rider

    Red Rider Well-Known Member

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    That is basically the cost of handlebar replacement at my local H-D shop. $380 for the actual bars I want(ed).
    Guess I'll make do until a leprechaun pulls gold nuggets out of my a...............!:wtf::arghh::banghead:
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    badinfluence63 Well-Known Member

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    Ya...not cheap any more. Was shocked when i swaped mine out. Wasn't that expensive though...wtf...why so much? Whos bars you getting?

    I remembervwhen it was under 100$ all in...sometimes 65$ all in.
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    I did mine myself 3x on the Fatboy BUT, no fairing to deal with and no extra controls for options on the bar ends either.
  4. hotroadking

    hotroadking Super Moderator Staff Member

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    It all depends on how high ya wanna hang....

    Over 12 inch rise and yer buying cables for clutch, brakes and
    wire harness extension for grips/controls/throttle.

    Not sure how far up you can go on the new heritage.

    Sounds like you are going way up and need all the extras.
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    Fatboy128 Well-Known Member

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    Wow, The heritage already has pretty high bars. Maybe he's getting lower
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    Added 4" rear curved dogbones to OLs Heritage without changing cables or wiring 20190322_205955.jpg

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