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This is for handlebar controls only - it will not extend the TBW wiring on 2008-and-newer Touring machines. If you have a fly-by-wire bike, you will also want to extend those wires with the Fly-By-Wire Kit LA Choppers offers.
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Terrence C: matched other items i purchased from Revzilla to install apes on my Street Glide.Dec 4, 2014
Paul T: I brightness from this site and a one stop place to get hat I needNov 22, 2014
David C: they match the other iteams I ordered from you..Oct 6, 2014
Charles R: These item were purchase by a friend and were top quality and perfect fit for his touring bike.Jul 1, 2014
Juan R: Good affordable price. Easy installation.Oct 10, 2013
A shopper asked:Are the only things that I would need to put ape bars on my bike this kit, the bars, riser, and the know-how to not blow up the bike or shock myself? Or, am I missing something?Apr 14, 2014
Daniel F:If you have a throttle by wire(electric vs cable throttle) you will need the throttle extention kit. A soldering iron and solder will be needed to splice the wires and a heat gun or lighter to use on the heat shrink. Are you planning or running your wires through the bars? Some high strength twine will be needed to pull them through. If you are putting in new risers I highly recommend replacing the stock rubber isolators(if you have them) for the polypropylene ones. Blue locktite is always helpful.
Next, depending on the size difference in bars, you may need a new clutch cable, break line, and throttle cables if you are not using throttle by wire. If you need the cables, then you will also need break and transmission fluid/oil. If you have to remove the exaust header to get the clutch cable on you might want to get new exaust gasket rings.
Hope that helps!Apr 14, 2014
Tjomas L:heat gun or lighter, soldering iron, and long enough brake, throttle and clutch cable for new bars along with the know-how to disconnect and reconnect the previously mentioned cables. I've never done any of it before and I was successful but I had my mechanic do the cables because I had to replace all 3.Apr 14, 2014
andres r:For 10 inch ape bars yes you would need this wire extension kit and a brake line kit as well . And that's it. If you are going 12inch or higher apes you would need a full extension kit ,clutch cable, throttle cables, wire cables and brake line. Apr 14, 2014
dave w:it depends on the size of the apes. some say you need to extend the fly bye wire & brake & clutch. one my bike 09 road king 10" apes its not needed to extend them. just make sure you test it before you ride. good luckApr 14, 2014
A shopper asked:Hey guys, I know the year cap on this is 2013, but I have a 2014 HD Street Glide Special. Will this kit match up to it, and if not, do you a recommendation for an extension kit for 18 inch apes?Apr 22, 2014