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    Default Buell Blast Bars

    I'm using a Blast fork on my Paugho 45" project and I need the risers which seem to fit a 3/4" bar . Been Goggling but can't find them anywhere.

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    Bushings.

    Jim

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    Thanks, yeah except that the mount on the fork trees is for 3/4" bars which are ​smaller than the typical 7/8" or 1" bars.

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    So you have the 3/4 handlebars but not the risers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flatman View Post
    So you have the 3/4 handlebars but not the risers?
    Sorry I guess I'm being confusing. Photo might help.


    But, yeah I need risers that fit these odd 3/4" mounts and then standard 7/8" handlebars.

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    A picture is worth 1000 words.

    You can either bore the existing handlebar mounts out to fit 7/8 diameter bars, or mill the mounts off the top clamp completely and drill holes to install a standard separate riser. Machining required in either case.

    Jim

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    Could you run 3/4 stock in the existing mounts, then add dogbones on the outside? Might have to knurl the 3/4 end or use shims as suggested earlier.

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    Good ideas. I don't have tools to machine but I'll get it done. Thanks.

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    Show us the rest of it..

    I'm dying to see it.

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    looks like the tree is flat on top or at least to the side of the riser. Saw/ grind /file those cast in risers down and drill a hole for risers like Jim said? Amazon has a good assortment of risers both inch and 7/8.

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    Turn a piece of 7/8" or 1" bar (depending on which risers and bars you have or want) down to 3/4" in the center so it resembles a barbell. Then Paint, Plate, powder coat, etc.
    Dusty

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    Quote Originally Posted by DustyDave View Post
    Turn a piece of 7/8" or 1" bar (depending on which risers and bars you have or want) down to 3/4" in the center so it resembles a barbell. Then Paint, Plate, powder coat, etc.
    Dusty
    Yeah, I'm thinking of doing that or starting with a 3/4" bar and adding a shim or bushing, rather to make it fit 7/8" risers.
    I'll put up photos of the project when I get a minute.

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