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Got in a minor wreck and the handlebars bent and also cracked the risers and bent the front riser cover.


Having a but of a time tracking down a new OEM riser and cover.


I'm looking to see alternatives to the xl1200c risers.

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Here you go

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F264240687597

You could add open risers with any height and pullback if your willing to relocate the wires under the tank and put extended brake and clutch cable if you get to far. They sell brackets for the speedo to mount to them. You can use a tbar that has a built in riser in it again depending on how high and how much pullback you do will determine your cables.
Anything other than the stock riser and you will most likely want to move your wires under your tank unless you don't mind them being exposed. You can use a riser from and 04+ bike which will give you a little bit of pullback. They are the same height. You just move your speedo and idiot lights into it. They use the same bolt pattern as the solidmounts do, the solidmounts just have the bushings in the forks wear the rubbermounts don't use the same bushings. I almost did that to my bike but I went with a tbar Instead.
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Thank You Bigtime!

Ordered immediately. I was looking at diff ideas but maybe at a later date. Rather put it back together with all the wiring tucked inside the custom riser and get to riding. Thanks again
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