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post #1 of 4 Old 05-15-2012, 05:40 PM Thread Starter
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Renthal Handlebar Bend

I bought my 919 with these Renthal bars and I love the way they feel. I noticed they are bent down a bit on the right side, so I am going to order some new ones of the same size/angle. The parts dept at the Honda dealership wasn't able to tell me what size they were based on a picture and the 3 digit number on the top (357) so I haven't ordered new ones yet. What would you call the bend of these bars?


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I bought my 919 with these Renthal bars and I love the way they feel. I noticed they are bent down a bit on the right side, so I am going to order some new ones of the same size/angle. The parts dept at the Honda dealership wasn't able to tell me what size they were based on a picture and the 3 digit number on the top (357) so I haven't ordered new ones yet. What would you call the bend of these bars?
That number (357) does not exist in the Renthal catalog. All Renthal handlebar part numbers start with a 6,7,8 or 9.

Road High.................756

Road Low.................754

Road Med.................755

Road Sports.............658

Road Ultra Low........758

Street Fighter..........789

I'm betting what you got are Road Ultra Lows (758) Check that number again.

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http://www.renthal.com/File/FinalCat...thAppChart.pdf

Mine are black ultra lows - which say 758 and matches the larger number on the top right of the printed stuff. Page 40/appendix/applications has a bunch of their part numbers.

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I don't know where I got the 357 number from... I just checked in the garage, you were right, it's 758. Probably should have google searched "Renthal 758" first.. Thanks for the quick response!

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