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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-29-2009, 12:08 AM Thread Starter
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Handle Bars for a 900LT

After discovering that the grip warmers I purchased earlier this year don't work the way I hoped I have decided to take them off the bike. Unfortunatly that leaves me with two holes that I have drilled in the handlebars one of which I cannot hide.

I would like to buy a new set of handlebars. Does anyone know what the measurements are of the stock bars so I can try to find aftermarket ones because the Kawi ones are too expensive?

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-01-2010, 08:54 PM
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i dont know if you want oem bars, if you do go to cheapcycleparts.com.
08 model classic lt ... part 46003 .... $110.56 They have schematics for all models, I have used these guys before, if you order have them send it by post, no ups ... no fedex... no $50.00 customs handling fee, i was in Winnepeg a couple of days ago, minus 25c, you wont be riding for a while anyway lol. Cheers Maurice

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Maurice,

I don't want to get the OEM bars again. I was wondering what the dimensions are so I can look for a new bar that will have a slightly higher rise and a bit more pullback.

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Cruiser handlebars are usually 1" diameter, you should measure total lenght of the bars so you do not have excess of clutch cables brake lines, wiring etc bunched up . Maurice

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