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TC Bros. 1" Narrow Mini Apes Handlebars - 8" Black Dimpled

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TC Bros. 1" Narrow Mini Apes Handlebars - 8" Black Dimpled

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TC Bros. #101-0102 1" Narrow Mini Apes Handlebars - 8" Black Dimpled TC Bros. Choppers 8" Rise Narrow Mini Apes Handlebars are made in the USA from 1 inch OD x 0.109" wall premium American steel tubing. They are CNC mandrel bent for ultra-smooth bends and flawless symmetry. Knurled riser clamp locations are 3.5" on centers to fit standard Harley spacing (not springer) and prevent bars from slipping once installed. With 8" of rise and sufficient pullback, these bars are very comfortable and fit stock cables, brake lines, and wiring on most Harley models. They look great on any Harley, but especially good on Narrow glide front ends because, unlike most ape hangers on the market, the bottom of these bars are not wider than the trees. Available in two configurations: "Smooth" for custom applications or pre-1982 controls, or "Dimple" for 1982-newer Harley controls. Dimpled bars are drilled for internal wiring. Available in two finishes: Triple Chrome plated, or durable satin black powdercoat. Note: please see photos for dimensions and specifications to confirm fitment of your motorcycle. Does not fit throttle by wire models.

TC Bros. 1" Narrow Mini Apes Handlebars - 8" Black Dimpled

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