I wanted to post to help anyone who is thinking about changing over there bars. After many hours of research I ordered a pair of Biltwell Keystone Handlebars. I was trying to gain about 2 inches in height and and inch or 2 in sweep, but did not want full ape hangers.The Bobber is great in it's stock set up, but I've road a Thruxton for years, and wanted just a bit more of a cruiser position. There was plenty of cable length, except for the brake line. Also there is a barb attached to inside of the back of housing on the throttle side controls. I mention this because the stock bars have a hole pre drilled that the barb slips into. Point being if you change your own bars plan on drilling a small hole on the right side of your new handle bars, and you'll probably need to extend your brake line. Drilling the hole was no problem, but I did not want to swap out the brake line, so I rolled my new bars forward. Despite looking very cool, I ended up in even more of a drag racer position then the stock bars. Moral of the story is I put the stock bars back on with a 2 inch riser instead. It was super easy to do. They look and work great. I now have my seat almost all the way back, and down. This gives me a cruiser potion, and make the foot pegs fell a bit more forward as well. I'm 6 foot tall.
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