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Old 07-20-2015, 09:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys, looking for the 2" handlebar risers. Can you tell me if the stock cables fit with them. i like the idea but know nothing about it. Also who sells them Newbee in Canada riding again. Its been 35 yrs lol Thanks for the feedback
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I have 2" Klawores with stock cables, at full lock right there is maybe a pound or two of pressure on the clutch cable...how often are we at full lock right on our bikes? To me it is a non-issue.
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If you re-route the cables, you can get the 2" risers on and not have any stretch or pressure on your cables (even at full lock). I could probably even go another inch on mine and still not be putting pressure on the cable. I've been running mine for I think 2 years now and no issues. They definitely make for a comfortable ride.

Mine are a little more expensive than what you find online, but from what I've seen of the ones online (someone can correct me if I'm wrong), only the bolt will go through the triple tree. Since the actual riser doesn't go through, this creates added stress on the bolt and the riser since there is empty space. Mine will actual go into the triple tree with minimal clearance. I purposely made them that way so that even if one of the bolts were to come loose, the bars would remain tight and safe. With the cheaper ones, if you lose a bolt, the bars are probably coming off. Just my .02.

Shoot me a message if you are interested. I don't have any left from the last order, but I can place a new order if necessary. Thanks.
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I am looking for 2 to 3" risers for a 2011 Stryker. Does anyone know where these can be ordered from?
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I am looking for 2 to 3" risers for a 2011 Stryker. Does anyone know where these can be ordered from?
You should pm klarow (the post above yours). He makes and sells them.
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If you re-route the cables, you can get the 2" risers on and not have any stretch or pressure on your cables (even at full lock). I could probably even go another inch on mine and still not be putting pressure on the cable. I've been running mine for I think 2 years now and no issues. They definitely make for a comfortable ride.

Mine are a little more expensive than what you find online, but from what I've seen of the ones online (someone can correct me if I'm wrong), only the bolt will go through the triple tree. Since the actual riser doesn't go through, this creates added stress on the bolt and the riser since there is empty space. Mine will actual go into the triple tree with minimal clearance. I purposely made them that way so that even if one of the bolts were to come loose, the bars would remain tight and safe. With the cheaper ones, if you lose a bolt, the bars are probably coming off. Just my .02.

Shoot me a message if you are interested. I don't have any left from the last order, but I can place a new order if necessary. Thanks.

Hi im in Canada here and have been looking for 2 inch riser extensions and cant find them anywhere how much to get a set? Cheers!
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I also am looking for some raisers for my bike. It appears that klarowe hasn't posted since 2018 so wasn't sure if he still sold them or not. Does anybody else know anyone that sells these? Thanks
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I also am looking for some raisers for my bike. It appears that klarowe hasn't posted since 2018 so wasn't sure if he still sold them or not. Does anybody else know anyone that sells these? Thanks
I believe he is on the Facebook groups for strykers and has sold some there.
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