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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-08-2019, 11:47 AM Thread Starter
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4 " riser with 1 1/2" pull back

Has anyone dealt with these risers, Baron Custom Accessories Kickback Riser BA-7410-U on a Vulcan 900 classic lt 900d. Will I have to mod any of the cables.
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aeromach out of Charlotte North Carolina also make a riser,

https://www.aeromachmfg.com/Pullback...p/am-4275c.htm

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I think that is about what I went with in terms of pullback and rise, did not need to change cables.

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I put those risers on my LT. I did not have to change cables, but I did have to reroute them. I remember I took off my headlight to reroute the cables instead of disassembling my clutch and brake. Personal choice at that point.

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I just ordered the Aeromach pullback risers (2in rise 1.5in pullback).

If I need to reroute the cables behind the triple tree whats the best/easiest way to do that? I did it on a 2007 C50 but that was 10 years ago and I don't remember the process involved.

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