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    Default Narrow Handlebars

    Any of you gents know what this type of handlebars are called? Is it just a T bar that was cut/narrowed? I love the narrow and high look of it and I'm thinking of using it on a 7/8 setup.

    Thanks in advance!


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    Mercury Moto will make those for you. Look in the chop market for his thread. Awesome work

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    Wow, you're not kidding! Good stuff!

    Thanks!
    Ken

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    Had a set similar on my Ironhead that I loved. Thinking about another pair for the new bike.
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    Yup. Just a t-bar that has alot of drop in the grips. kinda like my Mooseknuckle only no forward bend. Those bars and that bike was built by NOISE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steffan View Post
    Yup. Just a t-bar that has alot of drop in the grips. kinda like my Mooseknuckle only no forward bend. Those bars and that bike was built by NOISE.
    Great looking bars. Thanks fellas!
    Ken

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    i like those double dee's. (the last picture on zombie performance's site)

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    Does he still make bars? been a few years

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kcarvajal View Post
    Any of you gents know what this type of handlebars are called? Is it just a T bar that was cut/narrowed? I love the narrow and high look of it and I'm thinking of using it on a 7/8 setup.

    Thanks in advance!

    not sure, id just make them, thats what i do, cost you about 20 in material and whatever to chrome

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    Quote Originally Posted by shovel625 View Post
    not sure, id just make them, thats what i do, cost you about 20 in material and whatever to chrome
    Yell a little louder. He's way back in 2012

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    Quote Originally Posted by hillcat View Post
    Yell a little louder. He's way back in 2012
    lmao i didnt even realize this thread was that old

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    I wouldn't buy them,....
    you have little control of a bike with them that narrow,... fecking dangerous,
    sort of thing fitted by skateboarders & hipsters,
    plus I think they are plain butt ugly !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tzienlee View Post
    I wouldn't buy them,....
    you have little control of a bike with them that narrow,... fecking dangerous,
    sort of thing fitted by skateboarders & hipsters,
    plus I think they are plain butt ugly !!!
    You got that shit right........

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    If in doubt get some apes or Z bars. Can never ever go wrong!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tzienlee View Post
    I wouldn't buy them,....
    you have little control of a bike with them that narrow,... fecking dangerous,
    sort of thing fitted by skateboarders & hipsters,
    plus I think they are plain butt ugly !!!
    Perfectly fine for a show bike, plus narrow bars go in & out of the trailer better.

    Plus, while sitting on display in a _____________________ (Fill in the blanks: Hipster bar, coffee shop, trending BoHo clothing shop,vendor booth, or being transported to location for Instagram photo session) The bars dont stick out and jab you in the kidneys.

    * I kind of like them, but agree with you, be a Pain in the ASS to ride with them, especially if the steering geometry is bad. IE: alleged Norcal look with gangster lean

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    Quote Originally Posted by tzienlee View Post
    sort of thing fitted by skateboarders & hipsters,
    plus I think they are plain butt ugly !!!
    Yes.

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    those bars look cool, but i think your elbow would go numb on a two hour ride. I'm sticking with my buckhorns.

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    No, narrow bars are only dangerous if you need leverage to fight wheel flop because the steering geometry sucks or you're doing some flat-tracking. To me they're comfortable for all day riding and I love the look. Sure I'm still a skater after more than 45 years but a hipster, not likely. It's funny how intolerant some people are in a culture that is supposed to embrace individuality... I would expect that from the latest old man bagger poseurs but not the custom crowd.

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