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Try Google- 'Motorcycle stock handle bars- stock bars'. I stumbled accross this site some years ago...
You mean Google? Not the most helpful post mate.

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Paugcho long pullbacks have 15”.
Indeed Max, but Paughco Pullbacks are all too high (apes, basically). Which represents the unassailable obstacle I've been facing.



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http://cycle-ergo.com/
Wow - never heard of that before: looks really interesting, thanks.

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Flanders has one of the largest selection of bars, including some pretty long pullbacks.
http://www.sideroadcycles.com/Americ...andlebars.html
Now that's more like it - thanks Russ. (I also seem to remember you from... before... Hi!)

Thanks mate, there's stuff to search there, for sure!

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Flanders has one of the largest selection of bars, including some pretty long pullbacks.
http://www.sideroadcycles.com/Americ...andlebars.html
Russ - thanks again!

Here are the contenders:

http://www.sideroadcycles.com/Americ...eepTiller.html


http://www.sideroadcycles.com/Americ...Pullbacks.html

http://=http://www.sideroadcycles.co...ndardSix.html]


http://www.sideroadcycles.com/Americ...Pullbacks.html



Those Fanders people really do have an AMAZING quantity of bars available. (Kinda pricey though!! ) Still, you gotta get what you gotta get. They're not the style I would ever have considered before, but, you gotta get wh... Oh, I said that already.

Thanks again Russ. (I'll post some pictures when I can work out how to do it...)

Pictures is really, really, really hard!!!!!!

Cheers,

Chris

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Contact boneyard garage and he will make bars to what you want (UK fabricator)
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