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Old 10-15-2009, 09:46 AM
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Wild1 has 9.5" straight black risers...

http://www.wild1inc.com/orderWO530SB.html

Buy them, cut them down, drill and tap.

I'm not mechanically inclined
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Old 10-15-2009, 09:50 AM
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I've been looking to man.. haven't really found much. I've found chrome 8" risers.. but no black. Guess I'll just have get them powdered.
http://www.covingtonscyclecity.com
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Old 10-15-2009, 09:55 AM
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I've been looking to man.. haven't really found much. I've found chrome 8" risers.. but no black. Guess I'll just have get them powdered.
I think i'm going to go with the 6 inch Covingtons and they are on sale too and i like the flat top with the exposed srews ...

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Old 10-15-2009, 10:04 AM
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Thanks for all the replys and any more that get posted ...
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Old 10-15-2009, 10:53 AM
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PM me i am sure that we can look into making them for you
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Old 10-15-2009, 10:56 AM
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I've been looking to man.. haven't really found much. I've found chrome 8" risers.. but no black. Guess I'll just have get them powdered.
You know forgot I had on 6 inch skinny risers ( as a mock up ) the same height as the night train a couple a weeks ago for my other bars ( sold them ) and the height is right i don't need the 8 the 6 will be fine and they will be the Covingtons , so i'm all set now ! I'm debated what kind of bars yet...
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Old 10-15-2009, 10:58 AM
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PM me i am sure that we can look into making them for you
You know forgot I had on 6 inch skinny risers ( as a mock up ) the same height as the night trainClick the image to open in full size. a couple a weeks ago for my other bars ( sold them ) and the height is right i don't need the 8 the 6 will be fine and they will be the Covingtons , so i'm all set now ! I'm debated what kind of bars yet...Click the image to open in full size.
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Old 10-15-2009, 05:16 PM
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185 bucks for risers?!?! Holy SH!T! Forget that. Hey man I got a solution for you... Buy 6" black risers off ebay or craigslist, then go down to you nearest metal shop, buy a 2" piece of solid steel stock, take it to a lathe, drill a hole through the center, clean and polish, paint, and BINGO! you got your self some 2" risers that you can add to the 6" ones. Make sure you get longer screws because you have to pass the 2" homemade risers. I did this at the welding shop I work at and it works great.
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i have done the same thing but using fender washers and plumbing pipe... worked great! there is a how-to in the $50 mod thead
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185 bucks for risers?!?! Holy SH!T! Forget that. Hey man I got a solution for you... Buy 6" black risers off ebay or craigslist, then go down to you nearest metal shop, buy a 2" piece of solid steel stock, take it to a lathe, drill a hole through the center, clean and polish, paint, and BINGO! you got your self some 2" risers that you can add to the 6" ones. Make sure you get longer screws because you have to pass the 2" homemade risers. I did this at the welding shop I work at and it works great.
There $152.00 for six inch , that's what i want not 8 inch my mistake , there is a set on ebay for $99.00 but i like the Covingtons ..
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