which are the best risers ,say 2-4 inch for bike,,also have no desire to move cables
"C" risers work very well.texashawk50 said:which are the best risers ,say 2-4 inch for bike,,also have no desire to move cables
Do you have a pic of what those "C" risers look like? Just wondering, I have a 1300 S.Smoken'JOE said:"C" risers work very well.texashawk50 said:which are the best risers ,say 2-4 inch for bike,,also have no desire to move cables
I just bought a set of these from E-Bay,
If they work out and do what I want I'll be selling my "C"s
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayI ... 0128800867
It moves the stock bars closer for less stretch :wink: By the end of the day your shoulders and back will thank you 8)luckyluciano said:Sorry for the dumb question...what's the purpose of the risers and do you use them with the stock handlebars. Are they for confort or looks or both?
c risers are 5" with 3" of pullback and fit all stock vtx 1" barscrews'n said:typically the retro guys use the "C" model risers, which are 4" risers. no need to move any cables.
I put the "C" risers on my retro and you can see a tiny bit of the bolt hole from the stock risers. However, you have to be looking for it to see it. I consider this a perfectly acceptable tradeoff for the gain in comfort.Thumpinlarge said:I have the Aeromach as in the picture above and they did the job perfectly for me. I probably would have tried the C risers but I was told by someone on the board at the time that they didn't always completely cover the old holes or "footprint" of the original risers. Don't know that for a fact - just repeating what I heard.
The R top plate will work, you will have just a slight overhang, but it's not very noticeablecrm2 said:My 1800 riser top plate is one piece with "VTX" on it,is will it work with the "C" risers?I would like to change risers but like the one piece top plate.