For Sale T-bars- Off market

Discussion in 'R3Owners.Net Classifieds' started by Jabol, Sep 8, 2018.

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  1. Jabol

    JabolJabol Punk

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    Just got them, look great just don't like the riding position, maybe if I gave little more time I would get used to them but for now going back to stock. Made by chandolierman, powder coated black. $240 included shipping to lower 48. 20180907_175845.jpg 20180907_175816.jpg
     
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    scot in exileLiving Legend

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    This is a great price for some good bars if you are thinking about it stop thinking and buy them.
     
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    TalTop Fuel

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    You need rivco risers then she'll be sweet!
     
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    You have yours a lot higher than mine, did you try pulling them back a wee bit?
     
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    JabolJabol Punk

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    Being that high is the biggest reason I don't like them. How did you get them back further without relocating the gauges?
     
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    Did you install the supplied bracket to bring the gauges forward a bit?
     
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    Nope, bought it from a forum member and didn't get the bracket. At least I don't think I did, will check the shipping box closer to see if it's hiding somewhere. Thanks for the insight.
     
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    When I installed mine I had the exact problem you are having then our ever helpful members said numbnuts put the bracket on :eek: so I had to run out and pull the box out of the trash, looked around and found it and all was well.
    If you do not have the bracket it is simple to fab one in fact our good member chandler (or maybe another member) posted how to a few months back.
     
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    Glad you pointed that out for Jabol @scot in exile , I was going to ask but thought he must just be a really BIG guy like many on the forum as nobody would have them up there by choice otherwise!.;):D
    Reminded me of the video parlour / milk bar louts hanging out the front lounging in their Dragster's banana seats with one leg raised on a pedal, one arm stretched WAAAAYY forward hanging on their Apes. :cool::cool:;):eek::rolleyes::whitstling::whitstling::roll::roll::roll:
     
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    WyldCFHDrop a gear and disappear

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    That's my fault. I can guarantee you don't have the bracket, I didn't put it in the box.


    @Jabol placement is exactly where I had them. Being 6'5" with gorilla length arms, I never needed the bracket and forgot about it.
     
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