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Hi All,

Just wondering if anyone's fitted these, and whether they work with the Bobber's OEM bar end mirrors and Triumph's heated grips?
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I have fitted them to my 2017 Bobber with no issues, and they are excellent! I did have to remove the threaded bung from the bar end, but that was easier than I thought it would be. Keep in mind- I did this on the Triumph Low Handlebar Kit (clip-ons). I do have the factory mirrors/peep mirrors installed using all original hardware.


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Very, very nicely done John.
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Hi All,

Just wondering if anyone's fitted these, and whether they work with the Bobber's OEM bar end mirrors and Triumph's heated grips?
Yes i have & yes they do.
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I don't have heated grips on my Bobber, but I do have Motogadget front blinkers on the handlebar ends
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I would just be careful that the turn signal piece that goes in to the bar doesn’t interfere with the wire for the heated grip. There was a person on here that has them installed with heated grips but it looked like he had (or whomever installed) custom spacers made.
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Please post or send more pictures of your bike i would like to see your whole set up.
I see you have clip-ons and a grip wrap but also i see brown fork covers.

Please explain those brown fork covers, and what kind of wrap it is also what kind of levers you have on
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Please post or send more pictures of your bike i would like to see your whole set up.

I see you have clip-ons and a grip wrap but also i see brown fork covers.



Please explain those brown fork covers, and what kind of wrap it is also what kind of levers you have on




I installed BAAK Motocyclette aged brown leather fork gaiters (6 fold version). I am also currently running the Triumph low handlebar kit, which I wired internally, with Triumph peep mirrors, and Motogadget M-Blaze bar end signals. I am currently using the stock switch gear, but I am planning to swap that out for some pushbutton handlebar control housings over the holidays. With that, I will be concerting the throttle and brake setup to make the bike look REALLY old school. Currently, though, I am using some Ride It levers, ŕ la Amazon (6-position adjustable billet aluminum short lever set). I have shaved the tank, and custom made a wood seat with two layers of a skateboard deck sandwiching a clear layer of casting resin with an LED light strip embedded deep inside. I have Rizoma Club-S multi-function tears installed in the bungs on the swing arm where the rear mudguard support used to be bolted in. I have done away with the front and rear fender/mudguard completely. I deleted the ignition lock cylinder completely. I installed a Shorai battery, and with the space I saved in so doing, relocated the diagnostic port, main fuse, fuse block, and rear lighting harness connection inside the battery box. I have swapped to the black finned exhaust clamps, black engine cases and sprocket cover, and done a Motone X-pipe/BC drag pipe install. I deleted the air boxes and installed conical filters. I fabricated a bracket to move the throttle body harness connection up and out of sight. I have the Triumph side mount plate kit and swing bag installed. I also swapped the factory headlight assembly for a 7” Lucas style housing and LED headlight. I have the Motone black TPS covers installed, I also removed and blacked out the entire throttle body assembly. There is honestly a good bit more done to it, but that is really taxing my brain to recall at this point! It is a work in progress; I never stop. I have already deleted several things from the factory harness, and modified or added the things I wanted. I actually chipped the “vehicle down” switch. I am seriously considering doing the same with the side stand switch and O2 sensors. On the fence about those, though. My harness is already very different, so I am thinking about just removing it and doing a 100% custom harness. I could probably reduce the factory harness half of its factory thickness and weight, not to mention make it better. I have tons of notes and sketches on wiring; when I get a second to do final production wiring tables and diagrams, I will post them in the electrical section of the tech forum.



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