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Hey fellas , I’ve been looking at changing my handlebars on my bobber black. I like the clip ons , but look like they’d be uncomfortable for everyday use. Check out these Triumph brand Ace handlebars for Street Twin models. Do you guys think they’d fit our bikes ?
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Not sure if they'd fit or not, but even if they did fit, wouldn't their design make them lower than clip-ons?

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Not sure if they'd fit or not, but even if they did fit, wouldn't their design make them lower than clip-ons?
From my understanding the clip-ons mount on the forks making them very low.. These Ace handle bars mount on where the stock bars do. Just angle downward.
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They should fit if there 1 inch bars. I have changed my bars twice... , but stock brake and clutch lines were my issue if going higher. Check out Biltwell. I really like there handlebars!!


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[QUOTE=WMFB;171971]They should fit if there 1 inch bars. I have changed my bars twice... , but stock brake and clutch lines were my issue if going higher. Check out Biltwell. I really like there handlebars!!

Did you change the bar yourself ? Was it difficult to remove the grips ?
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Same here im looking for some handle bars but i do not want to make any changes to the brake lines. I want some shorter bars. I feel like the original bars area a bit too wide.
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Street twin uses 7/8” bars, won’t work on a bobber
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Street twin uses 7/8” bars, won’t work on a bobber
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Straight bars that can sill have heated grips any ideas
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