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nevada72 Member
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My AWESOME Ebay handlebars!

Post by nevada72 » Mon Oct 15, 2007 3:59 pm

......or...... Caveat Emptor!

Fact is, I bought these beauties as a gamble. I lost. The pic was from a distance and blurry and the description was weird if not vague. But, for 4.99 + shipping (don't ask :(), it was worth the risk.

Check out the "custom" slot job-


Why spend a lot of time cutting a neat hole when you can just blow a hole through it with a blow torch? Heck, it'll look great once it's mounted!


Friction ridges are overated. Plus, this way you can adjust your riding position "on the fly". One has to wonder if this is 2 bars pieced together.


This baby is going dead center on the "wall of shame" in the garage.

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Handle Bars

Post by ggray » Tue Oct 16, 2007 7:19 am


Yep......Looks like you got one heck of a deal there. Amazing what some people will do to muck up a perfectly good part that would have been fine with a little care.

Live and learn I guess.
'65 CL77 Owner

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Post by FluteTears » Tue Oct 16, 2007 8:38 pm

I got a pair of thease ... 56527&rd=1

Not to bad at all long time on shipping but a good replacement I do wonder about the thickness of the metal but the seem good
1974 CT90
1964 CA77


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