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This is the before. i didn't take any pics of the before. just used a few that i already had.
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And this is after.

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those are 8 inch RSI bars sitting on top of a 2 inch riser. standing up they are perfect. seems a little tall for me when i'm sitting down. but then again i'm only 5'6. i was able to pull enough slack out of the brake line and the wiring so i didn't have to extend anything. i was able to break the 10 year old glue holding the grips on and was able to reuse the stock grips and hand warmers. now i can't wait for some snow.
 

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ChristopherM said:
This is the before. i didn't take any pics of the before. just used a few that i already had.
2010110105053170_15184.jpg

2010110104954920_15184.jpg


And this is after.

20103221923144_15184.jpg

20103221915806_15184.jpg

201032219044969_15184.jpg

2010322185844348_15184.jpg

those are 8 inch RSI bars sitting on top of a 2 inch riser. standing up they are perfect. seems a little tall for me when i'm sitting down. but then again i'm only 5'6. i was able to pull enough slack out of the brake line and the wiring so i didn't have to extend anything. i was able to break the 10 year old glue holding the grips on and was able to reuse the stock grips and hand warmers. [highlight=yellow]now i can't wait for some snow. [/highlight=yellow]
better late than never LOL. Nice looking bars. I'm surprised you were able to save the old grips and heating elements...good job!
 
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