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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-11-2014, 06:24 PM Thread Starter
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Check These Bars Out

If you can't find your perfect riding position with these, you don't have a perfect riding position.

That is until a clamp comes loose on the highway...
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-11-2014, 08:33 PM
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Those are pretty cool... Fully adjustable and made of aluminum alloy.
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Very inexpensive for a product as elaborated as those !?
Aluminium on top ...

Something's fishy ...

But they shure look good !!!
A bit on the Tansformer side of thing, but still, very nice !

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Very inexpensive for a product as elaborated as those !?
Aluminium on top ...

Something's fishy ...
They are made in China.

I buy alot of stuff on EBAY that comes from China. (When I can buy 6 chargers for my cell phone for half of what the local phone store want for 1 its hard not to...)

My personal rule is that its ok to save money on something, but not something my life can depend on. I would consider a failure of those bars at speed as something that could easily kill me. I dont know if I would trust a US made pair of those either. There is jut to many joints that can loosen on you.

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i wouldnt trust those personally im a one peace bar kinda person
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I like that they are 50-way adjustable except in drop, which is pretty important
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I think they look awesome, but like fox wouldn't trust them as far as I could throw them. If I knew how to weld (enough to trust my welds) they would be cool for determining how to make a nice set of bars. Kinda try em' before you make em'.

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I'd go through a lot of Lock-tite on those puppies.
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