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Yes adjustable, Check em out , don't think I'd use them but thought you guys would like seeing this?
Yep , butt ugly But the idea is interesting. If you could design something to stay with the lines of the Stryker and be adjustable so your bars would a one fits all product then you wouldn't have to custom fit each individual set per rider? Plus you could change the position for how you were going to ride, shorten the up for fast hard riding and pull them back for long touring? Ah, I would wont something like that if they looked good. Don't like high apes at all. They just look silly to me. Don't matter what kind of bike there on.Straightjacket said:Not! I dont likem
I don't personally like apes, but a friend of mine has some on his Harley, and he doesn't get hassled by the cops. His are about 6" above..... his head... Scary tall...sdsting said:Forget about having fun in the twisties while swinging from those. FYI in California those can’t legaly be more than 3” above your sholders
Yeah I guess I would only trust them if they are locked with a bolt.Straightjacket said:I'm sure we could come up with something that looked better than those, Toby? It would make me nervous riding on adjustavle bars, what happens if they move on you!
Ya you would have to come up with a foolproof looking system. I wouldn't feel safe with something that you could pull over and wrench it. It would have to be something like move a pin from spot to spot then some way to lock it down.. dual looking system that also has a 3rd safety feature that hides the looking system.Straightjacket said:I'm sure we could come up with something that looked better than those, Toby? It would make me nervous riding on adjustavle bars, what happens if they move on you!
lol. I'm sure if you were going to put apes on you would have checked the laws.sdsting said:Yep you are correct. Thought I remembered it being 3” Just goes to show just how important that law is to me. LOL