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I purchased ATV bars that sit about 2 inched higher than stock TW bars. I was gonna get a riser and an OEM set but I figured I'd kill two birds with one stone. I think they look pretty awesome, and I did NOT have to modify any cables or wiring.

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I'm pretty happy with the feel and height, and being 6'1" it is nice for standing off-road. I also just installed those hand guards and grips. I have just received my bicycle panniers, which I am working out how to mount. I already have the cycle rack so it can't be that hard. Next step is paint! I'm thinking olive drab right now, but have gone back and forth from OD to white. Anyone else do an OD TW?
 

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Looks great! I run those same hand guards......do yourself a favor and put a couple of drops of oil on the bolts that go in the bracket that connects to the bar. They are plain steel and are prone to rust. Great looking set up! :)
 

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.... another rainbow warrior bites the dust.
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was toying with the riser idea but these bars are cheaper and if stock cables work all the better gonna do new grips as well
 

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Nice find ! I just picked up my TW last weekend, this is one of the first things I want to do on mine. I'm your height, and these will be much more comfortable. No changes to brake or other cables ? Great.
 

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I have a 3" riser on my TW with no changes needed to the cables. I'd like to go taller but that'll mean new cables, so it isn't likely to happen anytime soon.
 
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