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I thought about putting some handlebar risers on my bike after seeing a set on ebay but did not win them . So I thought no problem I will bite the bullet and buy new ones.I haven't had any luck finding any does anyone know where to find some for my 82 Interstate.
 

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those are just like the ones I saw on ebay and what I was looking for.Where did you get yours
 

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jbhigg wrote:
those are just like the ones I saw on ebay and what I was looking for.Where did you get yours
J- They were on the bike when I bought it. The PO had the bike since 1982, and he said they were on when he bought it from the original owner. I was surprised to see the want $110.00 new....pretty pricey.

Try this site:

http://www.roxspeedfx.com/cgi-bin/cart/showitems.cgi?subcat_id=278

http://tiny.pl/ss96

They are on ebay for $68.00 "buy-it-now". They are 2" risers, and fully adjustable. I have the 3.5" ROX risers on my 2002 Yamaha Viper snowmobile with 7/8" bars. They work excellent and I cannot see why they would work on a wing? They are strong! I ride hard and fast on the snomobile trails and really need to push/pull on the bars. Anyone who knows snowmobiles and rides hard knows what I mean. They let me stand up through the big bumps and position me better for the big jumps. I will post a pic on the machine. Mine are 3-4 years old and look a little different but are the same concept.
 

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