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Can someone post the part number for the stock handlebars on the 2004 up 883C/1200C? I am thinking about putting those on my 2000 C to ease my back a little. I really like the look of my drag bars but they are just tearing up my back as I get older
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55840-04 is the part number

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i did the same thing you are,i got mine from a freind,i did not see any part numbers on them,they are stock 1200c bars from an 04, they are about a 4inch rise,worked great for sitting me back a little
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Thanks Loony for the part number and the link to Ronnies. Been away from the XLF for a while and within five minutes I learned about something new.
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I may have a set at home Shu, let me look, if I do, they are yours for the cost of shipping. Not 100% sure I still have them...

I know I still have the riser, I may need a couple of bucks for that though

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Can someone post the part number for the stock handlebars on the 2004 up 883C/1200C? I am thinking about putting those on my 2000 C to ease my back a little. I really like the look of my drag bars but they are just tearing up my back as I get older
Shu, I have the original bars from my 2004 1200Custom if ya want them. They're in pretty good shape.
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Thanks Loony for the part number and the link to Ronnies. Been away from the XLF for a while and within five minutes I learned about something new.
Dave, you have any pictures?
I see Diesel already offered but if his are gone you can have my bars for shipping costs too. I'm using the stock riser though.

Here's a pic when the OEM buckhorns were on....just disregard the blonde!


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I went to the HD pullback bars on my 06 and it did help. I dont know what happened to my stock bars or you could have them to try......
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I am going to my storage unit today, If I still have the stock 06 bars You can have them......will let ya know this afternoon SHU...


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I forgot how generous everyone on here is.
I have a 2000 so my riser is straight. I am a little long armed so I don't need much "up and back" to be more comfortable so I figured just the stock 04 up C bars would work great with my riser. What is funny though is I have had my bike for 11 years or so now and only last year did the drag bars start to bother my back. Fine at age 30 but by 40 they sucked! LOL
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