1″ 25MM Motorcycle Handlebar Riser Clamp, 38mm Height Provide Suitable Seating Position for You, Handlebar Riser Compatible with Dyna, Shadow, Sportster, VTX, Vulcan, Bonneville, V-Star – Black


Price: $24.99
(as of Feb 24,2021 07:23:42 UTC – Details)



For 1″ handlebars only. Risers measure 1″ from their base to the centerline of the handlebar and 2.25″ overall.

Fitment: 

  • For modern Japanese Cruisers have 25mm (1 inch) handlebars, like:
  • 883L / 883R / 883N All Years
  • FLSTF / FXDF / FXDLS / FXDWG 2006 & Older
  • Heritage Softail All Years
  • VTX 1300 All Years
  • 900 All Years
  • C50 / C90 All Years
  • Bonneville T120 All Years
  • Thruxton 2014 – Older
  • V92C All Years
  • Bolt All Years
  • V-Star 650 / 950 / 1100 All Years

Dimension:

  • Hole Diameter: 25mm / 1inch
  • Height: 72mm / 2.8 inch
  • Height from bottom to center of hole: 50mm / 2 inch
  • Top Area: 50mm x 30mm / 2 x 1.2 inch
  • Diameter of the mounting bolts hole: 12mm / 0.5 inch
  • Bottom Width: 28mcm / 1.1 inch

If there is any problem with the fitment, just feel free to reach out to us for a solution.
Adaptability – These motorcycle handlebar risers are fit 1 inch 22mm diameter handlebar. Make sure to check your motorbike’s handlebar size before you place an order. Any problems just feel free to reach out to us.
Wide Fits – The handleabr risers fits 883L / 883R / 883N / FLSTF / FXDF / FXDLS / FXDWG / Heritage Softail, VTX 1300, Vulcan 900, C50 / C90, Bonneville T120 / Thruxton, V92C, Bolt / V-Star 650 / 950 / 1100.
Improve Sitting Posture – The motorcycle 1-inch handlebar riser provide 38mm height, provide a suitable position for you and improve your sitting postures.
High-quality Material – Forged from 6061 T6 aluminum for superior strength. Stylish handlebar risers designed for motorcycle riders who like to change the height of the handlebars.
Easy To install – Place the riser between the handlebar and original bottom clamp, and install the replacement top clamp with included hardware. Effectively reduce long-distance riding fatigue.



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