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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-18-2019, 12:43 PM Thread Starter
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900 CUSTOM handlebar risers?

Hi,
I am looking for risers for the 900 custom. The drag bars are different to the classic handlebars and take a different riser style.

Does anyone have any recommendations? I am not finding much with a web search.

Do the threaded studs come out from the bottom of the handlebars?
Or are the risers typically threaded M10 to mate to the existing stud.

Thanks in advance.



P.S. It look likes GENMAR were the go-to guys for these. Their domain address seems to have expired.
I guess this is what I am looking for.
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Hi,
I am looking for risers for the 900 custom. The drag bars are different to the classic handlebars and take a different riser style.

Does anyone have any recommendations? I am not finding much with a web search.

Do the threaded studs come out from the bottom of the handlebars?
Or are the risers typically threaded M10 to mate to the existing stud.

Thanks in advance.



P.S. It look likes GENMAR were the go-to guys for these. Their domain address seems to have expired.
I guess this is what I am looking for.
https://www.vulcanforums.com/forums/...ml#post2819313

reach out to https://chucksterscustoms.com/ and see if he has something in the works for the custom. they do mfg for the classics, etc.
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@jventers Thanks. I shot him an email.

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OEM Passenger Backrest.
MISC:
Added Grease fittings to Stem, Tie Rod, and Swingarm.
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