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  • Fri, May 13 2011 9:23 PM

    • bpharis
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    Risers for Road King

    Just got my pullback risers today from jp and installed them on my 2009 Road King with heritage bars.  Very smooth installation and risers were perfect.  Used Harley's street slammer tree cover and 4 1/2 inch pullback risers.  Positioned the bars perfectly and didn't have to alter or change any cables and wires.  I can't believe it was this easy to get the bars up where I wanted them without spending $800 for apes and installation w/new cables.  $103.76 total expense including shipping costs for risers.  I would recommend this route for anyone wanted to get the effect of ape hangers without the expense. 

  • Fri, Feb 12 2016 10:33 PM In reply to

    Re: Risers for Road King

      I know this is a few years old but handy information. I like my oem 2007 road king bars, Just wish they were up a few inches and closer to me a few inches.I dont know what stock riser height is.And did the chrome cover fit back on?

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