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    Who has the best selection of new handlebars for Dyna models in NZ?

    Plenty in the USA but exchange rate and transport kill it for me.

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    im looking at getting some from burleighs in oz. road and sport are there agent here in nz

    dont forget to add in the price of cables and brakeline if you are going higher

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    http://thehandlebarcompany.com/

    and dont forget these guys in nelson

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    Burleighs.

    Quote Originally Posted by cynna View Post
    im looking at getting some from burleighs in oz. road and sport are there agent here in nz

    dont forget to add in the price of cables and brakeline if you are going higher
    Yeah, I love those burleigh bars, but they are expensive. very expensive almost twice the price of other bars.

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    Thanks for the contact

    Quote Originally Posted by cynna View Post
    http://thehandlebarcompany.com/

    and dont forget these guys in nelson
    Didnt know they existed.

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    Harley Fatbob bars

    The alternative is Fatboy bars, fitted them 2 years ago, best thing I did, comfy suit me just fine.
    Fitting the internal wiring was a mission, no wonder the stores ask 700-$800 to fit them

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocketman1 View Post
    The alternative is Fatboy bars, fitted them 2 years ago, best thing I did, comfy suit me just fine.
    Fitting the internal wiring was a mission, no wonder the stores ask 700-$800 to fit them
    Can't see why a Harley is different to the old Honda I did decades back - run a feed wire first, tie it to the relevant control wires and carefully wiggle and pull it through. Fuck it - a HD will be easier as it has 1 inch bars, Hondas were smaller 7/8th.

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    I raised and (had) rewired the '02 Dyna's bars a few years back. I had previously rewired the stock bars (for signal mirrors). I couldn't repeat the maneuver that Allan B suggested whether sober or sleepy, to get around the angles (2 in total). It was worth the shop's charges to get it done! And yes the longer cables were, in total, more than the bars cost.

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