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Old 01-03-2019, 08:32 PM
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Thanks! I've always admired your bike! By chance do you have a side profile pic with you on the bike? Just trying to get feel for what position will be like.

 
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Old 01-04-2019, 08:12 AM
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Thanks! That doesn't look bad at all! I have this image in my head that your leaning forward towards the bar to where your putting pressure on the palms of your hands.
 
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Iím right at 6í tall, I canít see sitting there leaning back hanging on a taller bar, that and I just think a tall bar looks funny on a bike with a fairing, I grew up and still do race dirt bikes, Iím just used to having a lower bar, anything tall you lose all your leverage over the bike.
First off you have a nice bike. i have that exact same HD leather jacket. NICE!

I'm 6'1 inch. I do ride a Limited and the handle bars are a little different than on the road glides. I have ran both Wildone WO578's and Yaffee 10 Monkey Bars. Both move my hands up from what i call a very low stock bent forward position to arms straight out and posture upright and comfortable. I'm sure you can go TALL and lose leverage but the height I go with which is just at the top edge of the fairing GREATLY increase the leverage and control over stock.

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First off you have a nice bike. i have that exact same HD leather jacket. NICE!

I'm 6'1 inch. I do ride a Limited and the handle bars are a little different than on the road glides. I have ran both Wildone WO578's and Yaffee 10 Monkey Bars. Both move my hands up from what i call a very low stock bent forward position to arms straight out and posture upright and comfortable. I'm sure you can go TALL and lose leverage but the height I go with which is just at the top edge of the fairing GREATLY increase the leverage and control over stock.

Ride safe

because the stock bars force your elbows to point at the ground, I was taught racing as a little kid, elbows up! the stock bars are horrible!! not because they are low, but because of the bend. forcing you into a terrible riding position.
 

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mikes300... do you have the bars in line with the forks, forward or back towards you? Are your hands above the glove boxes in the fairing? Was sitting on my bike today try to place my hands where I think they may fall.
 
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mikes300... do you have the bars in line with the forks, forward or back towards you? Are your hands above the glove boxes in the fairing? Was sitting on my bike today try to place my hands where I think they may fall.
yes they are for sure above the glove boxes, hands ar just below center of the speakers, but you canít open them very far with the bars straight

 

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Thanks mikes300... appreciate the information and additional pics.
 
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These only come in one rise, right? Is the wrist angle better than stock?
 
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These only come in one rise, right? Is the wrist angle better than stock?
Flatter wrist angle, Yaffe Monkey bars also in 10" 12" 14" 16"
Check out the Vendor section on here, guy claims to have best prices on monkey bars
 

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