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Woodcraft 2 piece split clipons are specially designed to make installation and removal a snap. The 2 piece design is race-proven and makes it easy to service your clipons below the triple clamp, without having to dis-assemble the entire front end. Special attention has also been taken to save weight wherever possible.
For these smaller sizes like this Woodcraft includes custom shells that fit securely inside a set of 35mm clipons.
All kits include 7/8 diameter and 12" length bars that are easily adjustable to whatever width you desire.
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Lorenzo T:They may very well give you the same riding position as stock; however, the great thing about the Woodcraft clip-ons is their near infinite adjustability. Most stock clip-ons are not designed with any adjustability and therefore as a rider you are stuck with what the manufacturer deemed as the "best compromise" for a wide range of riders. If you want the Woodcraft clip-ons in the same position as the stockers, you can do that. But take my advice, and play with the adjustability a little bit, until you find that perfect riding setup for you. It will increase your comfort and control and will allow you to focus on other aspects of your riding.May 14, 2014
Khaled S:It depends on your bike. If your OEM handlebars did not have a rise to them, these would be the same. If your stock ones do have a rise, woodcraft makes ones with a one inch rise. Both my GSXR 1000 and CBR 1000rr have a small rise. I like the tucked in position of the woodcrafts on the track better. The drop is not really that significant unless you're one of those people that use their hands to support their weight instead of their core.May 14, 2014
John A:Absolutely not. And they shouldn't, as that is their purpose- to lower your hands for a more aggressive riding position. If you're only looking for weight reduction but want to maintain a similar riding position as stock, you can try the clip-ons with risers. May 14, 2014
Patt H:Depends on the bike. Woodcraft makes most of them to fit OEM style and/or some have options to raise. Clearance cab be an issue. I have them on my 08 Honda CBR, 13 Ninja 250 and 13 BMW s1000. They fit well and its easy to change the bar when it gets damaged.May 14, 2014
A shopper asked:How much fork tube do these clamp onto? If I have 1 1/2" of fork tube sticking out ontop of my triple clamps could I mount these ontop or do I have to mount them under my triple clamps?Nov 25, 2013
Max M:You should be fine with that amount above but be aware, you are going to have less clearance when your front forks are under load if you place them above the triple. It depends on the bike though and if the bike already has handlebars above the tree. My GS500 doesn't and my clip-ons are below the tree.Nov 25, 2013
Mikhail B:I don't have the exact measurements but I loosened the triple tree andlower fork clamp in order to create more space for them to clamp onto. I wouldn't recommend installing them below the triple tree as it would create an uncomfortable ride and a really bad turning circle.Nov 25, 2013
Erwin M:Hi Lisa, those bar ends can be tricky to remove. If you're lucky they will come off with a simple screw driver, but if not you'll need a torque wrench for sure. It'll make quick work of the bar end and make install your mirrors a breeze, Hope this answers your question.Jul 12, 2014
Erik S:Mine popped right out... I think I just used some sort of flat edge to pry the plastic inserts out. It's basically a plastic cork. I added bar sliders to the end and discarded the original pieces you are speaking of I believe? Hope this helps....Jul 4, 2014
A shopper asked:can you take off the plastic end and put on a different bar ends without ruin the handle bars? And if you can take off the plastic end how? because my is stuck in there really good. HelpsJul 29, 2014
John A:I removed mine with pliers I think. I may have drilled into, then pulled them out. I used the woodcraft weighted bar ends, but I'm sure any bar end designed for the same size bar that you're using will fit just fine. Most of them use an expansion type fitting, so if you purchase a different brands bar end designed for a 33mm bar, and your bars are 33mm, they should be good to go. Jul 30, 2014
A shopper asked:I want to put these on my Ninja 300. What is the difference between these and the ones with the riser? Will these be right at the top of the forks giving me a better stretch forward? Also can I put bar ends on these because I have some really nice limited edition driven bar ends I want to put on when I switch em. ThanksDec 6, 2013
landon m:the bar ends should work fine. I do not know from experience but I believe the risers will make it so you can adjust your bar height even higher than possible with factory clip ons or similar ones. These will clamp on to your forks where the diameter is applicable (48 mm outer diameter forks will work with 48 mm clip-ons). You will need about 2 inches (taking a guess at the length here without actually look at mine) of length on the fork to clamp on so if you don't have that much of your fork come out beyond your triple clamp (which I doubt it but I don't know the ninjas very well) then these wont actually be at the top of the forks but close.Dec 7, 2013
A shopper asked:hey... i have 38mm forks, but you sell only 37mm clip ons. have never installed these bars before so wanted to know if they will fit? i know it is a 3mm circumference difference.... only other option you have is 41's and those are too big. would appreciate your advice/knowledge!Jun 25, 2014