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WTB 9er handlebar clamps

My 9er came with fatbars and 1-1/8" risers and clamp and I'd like to switch it up and go down to renthals. Any one have oem clamps laying around?

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Can you tell me the no. on the middle of the fatbar? That will be help me determine the model.

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Can you tell me the no. on the middle of the fatbar? That will be help me determine the model.
I am guessing that mine are the YZ High bars but my goal is to ditch the fat bars and the risers and go back to a stock setup with renthal ULs

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To make things easier I'm looking for honda part #53131-MCZ-000 two times plus bolts. I am not sure if they are black or silver, but am curious.

Honda Motorcycle Parts 2002 CB900F AC HANDLEBAR + TOP BRIDGE Diagram
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They will be silverish. Maybe offer to trade someone your setup for stock clamps?

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They will be silverish. Maybe offer to trade someone your setup for stock clamps?
Thanks for the suggestion. Happy to do a parts swap - I'd just prefer to get the new stuff first so that I can keep riding!

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Just get these to get the ball rolling.

Amazon.com: PowerMadd 45470 Black 7/8" Replacement Bar Clamps: Automotive

I asked about the no. as I am considering changing my fatbar as I do not like the wrist angle.

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Just get these to get the ball rolling.

Amazon.com: PowerMadd 45470 Black 7/8" Replacement Bar Clamps: Automotive

I asked about the no. as I am considering changing my fatbar as I do not like the wrist angle.
Sweet! Those look awesome.

My bars were pulled off a Yamaha dirt bike (by the previous owner) so they are silver and have a Yamaha logo in the middle

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If I knew the SS lines would work with CR high bend bars I would be up for sending you my bits. Unfortunately I did not order lines longer than needed for stock.

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If I knew the SS lines would work with CR high bend bars I would be up for sending you my bits. Unfortunately I did not order lines longer than needed for stock.
I ran CR high fatbars & the Pro Taper 7/8 to 1 1/8 adapter with the stock length G&J brake lines with no issues.

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Did you chop down the bars at all, or leave them full length?

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Did you chop down the bars at all, or leave them full length?
I didn't chop but I experimented. Since they are rather wide, I first put the grips in 1". Then tried .5" & that came to a happy medium. I still run the same bars on my second 9er albeit this time I used Rox risers to get the bars closer to me. Same .5" inwards but never bothered to cut them. The extra length will act as sliders

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