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    Default dimpled vs. not on new hndlebars

    Im not sure which one to do. first time buying some new handlebars, which is more convenient? if i dont get the dimpled ones will i have to dimple them myself. im confused here. anyone wanna slice some knowledge i dont have.
    i gota intruder, i wanna change the whole set up on the bars....

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    Go with the dimpled bars if they offer them in the style you like. Less chance of movement when they are mounted.

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    If you are not looking to internally route the wiring and/or throttle cable, get the dimpled handlebars so that your wires have a place to go.

    If you are doing a more custom set up and trying to clean up the bars as much as possible, get the non-dimpled version because you aren't going to like the aesthetic of 2-3 inch dents in your bars showing.

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    go without dimples. dimpled bars are for harleys.

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    the dimples are just for the wires the solid round ones look much better and I believe a little stronger if you lay it down.

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