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    Default Trouble finding offset riser for my 2012 Sportster

    I'm taller so I want my bars more forward. I can only roll the bars up so far before they start to look stupid and angle my grip inward. Been scouring the net trying to find a riser that will move the bars forward a couple inches AND work with the stock top clamp because I want to keep my speedo where it is.

    I'm not looking to relocate speedo. I know I would have options if I did.

    Anyone find something like this? Maybe I need to have them made? Feel free to suggest a good fabricator if you know someone.

    Thanks!

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    Are your risers integrated with the top tree?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mreed View Post
    Are your risers integrated with the top tree?
    No. Here's a pic I pulled from Google for reference.

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    What about just getting a pair of pull back risers and reversing them?

    Its probably going to look a little awkward though

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    What PanHead said. Probably your only option or get some bar's that bend forward...

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    Or you could do a pivoting riser.



    link: http://www.jpcycles.com/product/503-426

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