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I've been searching through the forum about handlebar choices, and I've read alot about running ATV High bars. However, I can't seem to find any pictures or hard-core impressions of them. Does anyone have any thoughts on the ATV High bars?
 

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I have a set of aluminum ATV bars that are 2 inches taller than stock. I like them offroad. Not so much on the highway.
 

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I am currently running a set of Pro Taper ATV Hi 7/8" bars. These bars, plus a set of the wider footpegs, make it much easier for me to go from a seated riding position to a very comfortable standing position. I also don't seem to get as much vibration through the grips as I did with the stock bars. I like 'em.



Brian



(Sorry, but I don't have pics with these bars on my bike)
 

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On advice from other forum members, I bought my Dad a set of Pro Taper Type SE (stands for 7/8") ATV Hi-Bend bars. They are wonderful bars. Haven't ridden the bike yet, but just sitting on it seems way more comfortable than the other bars he had. The bars seem very strong. It be happy to take more pictures for you if you'd like.









 

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[quote name='Rainman' date='08 February 2011 - 08:26 PM' timestamp='1297221970' post='12250']

On advice from other forum members, I bought my Dad a set of Pro Taper Type SE (stands for 7/8") ATV Hi-Bend bars. They are wonderful bars. Haven't ridden the bike yet, but just sitting on it seems way more comfortable than the other bars he had. The bars seem very strong. It be happy to take more pictures for you if you'd like.

Your handlebars look nice. Did you have any trouble with the brake or clutch cables reaching? Now all you need is a jimboshield...
 

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I like 'em. No problem with cables.



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I am currently running a set of Pro Taper ATV Hi 7/8" bars. These bars, plus a set of the wider footpegs, make it much easier for me to go from a seated riding position to a very comfortable standing position. I also don't seem to get as much vibration through the grips as I did with the stock bars. I like 'em.



Brian



(Sorry, but I don't have pics with these bars on my bike)


I agree with this 100%.



Here's a pic of mine: (stock cables were long enough, barely)



 

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Here are mine. I haven't gotten to use them much yet, but the seated position feels more comfortable and the mirrors seem to work better being higher.



 

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The cables fit just fine. I think the only one that had to be re-routed was the clutch cable. When I say re-routed, it just had to move towards the outside of the bike, no big deal.
 
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