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post #1 of 13 Old 11-14-2012, 07:58 AM Thread Starter
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***SOLD***FS: Renthal Low and Ultra Low Handlebars.

New Renthal Low and Ultra Low Bars. One pair of each. $50.00 (each) plus shipping.
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Do these already have the holes drilled for mounting the switches and such?

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No.
They are brand new never been mounted still in the original package bars.

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What's the difficulty in mt either of these with the stock 919 triples and tank clearence, I have Sato rear sets and need a bar for track days? I do have multi-ht bar mt adapters already,
but want a lower more forward grip position.

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What's the difficulty in mt either of these with the stock 919 triples and tank clearence, I have Sato rear sets and need a bar for track days? I do have multi-ht bar mt adapters already,
but want a lower more forward grip position.
The Ultra lows would be the way to go. Tank clearence is not an issue with either bar.

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The Ultra lows would be the way to go. Tank clearence is not an issue with either bar.
For sure, ULs are not a problem re fit on a 919.
Great track AND road bar.

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My younger bro might be interested. I just sold him my wife's old 9er and he needs new bars. I'll ask him about it.

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PM'ed....

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No.
They are brand new never been mounted still in the original package bars.
I don't mean to be an arse but aren't the brand new ones around this price + shipping?
http://m.motorcycle-superstore.com/I...mStyleId=28197

What's your warranty/return program?

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What's your warranty/return program?
He doesnt need one..... They are are going to a very cold climate were they wont get much use.

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I don't mean to be an arse but aren't the brand new ones around this price + shipping?
Renthal 7/8" Street Handlebars - Mobile Motorcycle Superstore

What's your warranty/return program?
No worries. 97af and I worked out a deal and everybody is happy.

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