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If you have a narrowglide front end, and you want some armpit airflow, standard-width apes do a great job of making your bike look super-goofy; like a gangly, overgrown teenager. Burly brings you the narrow ape specifically to avoid that look.
High-quality steel tubing with 3 1/2" on-center knurling
Dimpled and also drilled for internal wiring
32 1/2" width x 4 1/4" center width x 7" pullback on all heights
These apes are very comfortable and not obnoxious at all. I chose these over the Biltwell due to the Biltwellwell's 70s feel. The handles are more angled in and wrist aren't in a comfortable position. The Burly's, your wrist are in a neutral position. Spend the extra few bucks on these bad boys unless you have a retro chopper.
January 10, 2015
Inspect closely when you open.
Good looking and feeling bars. Only unfortunate thing was a chip in the powder coating near the right hand starter, throttle, and break assembly. It was not a recent chip as their was rust in the chip area. Had I not been extremely limited by time constraints I probably would have exchanged it. The bars look great on my bike and appear to be quite durable. Remember everything bought on the internet without you being able to look at the exact product before it ships, is buyer beware.
October 25, 2014
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Sam M:I am going to recommend taking your bike to the show where you are planning on having the work done. They will be able to guide you with specific measurements and details on whether or not you will have to change cables. If you are doing it yourself, you will need to measure your current cables and compare those measurements to the bars you plan to put on your motorcycle. You can not guess. I had to get a new cable kit for my exchange. Though my change was more extreme that yours. I hope this helped. It probably sounds exactly like the advice of a dealer mechanic. Find someone you can trust.Oct 29, 2014
Corey W:12's fit on my 2015 FXDB with plenty cable to spare. 14's would most likely work but I do not know for sure as I have 12"..take into consideration the height of your risers. Hope this helps.Oct 29, 2014