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VRSCB reduced reach bars?????The HD shop told me the VRSCA reduced bars will not fit? Anybody know of a aftermarket pullback bars that will fit with the stock guage console?? Thanks, Fred :teu26 :laugh:
 

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The "B" uses standard HD bars so anything that is available for the Deuce or Softail will work, no effect on the gauge cluster. You have about 500 available options ;)
 

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I sat on a vrod with reduced reach bars they are closer to you and wider than the stock bars...... so I don't know what that bucket head :bash was talking about..... if this guy can't give you correct info find another dealer. :thumb
 

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Hi Greg, Did you sit on a B model with the reduce reach bars? I sent a question on this to Hale's, let see what they say. Thanks, Fred :biker:

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I sat on a vrod with reduced reach bars they are closer to you and wider than the stock bars...... so I don't know what that bucket head :bash was talking about..... if this guy can't give you correct info find another dealer. :thumb
 

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Fredfryguy........Carolina HD built a custom Vrod that where posted here or on VTF. Some one from SC posted the pics, hopefully some one will remember it.
PS... snow in haven't had a chance to get to the HD dealer
 

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VrodG said:
Fredfryguy........Carolina HD built a custom Vrod that where posted here or on VTF. Some one from SC posted the pics, hopefully some one will remember it.
PS... snow in haven't had a chance to get to the HD dealer
Fred...it was a 03 bike with a 04 cluster!
 

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The "B" uses standard HD bars so anything that is available for the Deuce or Softail will work, no effect on the gauge cluster. You have about 500 available options ;)
Just so everyone understands the VRSCB uses normal risers and a standard handlebar. You can swap it with any standard 1" bar on the market. You do not have to get it from Harley.

Here's some links:

http://www.sideroadcycles.com/AmericanMotorcycles/Handlebars/AmericanHandlebars.html OR http://www.sideroadcycles.com/

http://motorcyclecity.com/Parts/chrome.htm
 

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WOW, There is a difference from the A to the B!!!

Thanks so much for clearing this up! :cheers: You would think my local HD would have known. :stupid: Althought one parts guy said that no one is making extended clutch cables for the Vrod due some special end? do you anything about the clutch cable? :confused: :confused: I just wanted bars to come back to the rider an inch or two! :D
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Just so everyone understands the VRSCB uses normal risers and a standard handlebar. You can swap it with any standard 1" bar on the market. You do not have to get it from Harley.

Here's some links:

http://www.sideroadcycles.com/AmericanMotorcycles/Handlebars/AmericanHandlebars.html OR http://www.sideroadcycles.com/

http://motorcyclecity.com/Parts/chrome.htm
 

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Uh isn't the clutch hydraulic as in hose, no cable
 
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