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    Triumph speedmaster

    Thinking of changing bars on speedmaster maybe mini apes has anyone done this and what was the outcome cheers Mike

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    http://www.triumphrat.net/


    more likely to get an answer on this forum from some Septic Tank.
    I thought elections were decided by angry posts on social media. - F5 Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by HenryDorsetCase View Post
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    more likely to get an answer on this forum from some Septic Tank.

    I think I'd be inclined to delete the thread, before it starts to overflow

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    This thread is giving me the shits ....

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    Have a look at British Customs - highly likely you'll need a cable kit and front brake line. They have 8 and 12 inch Apes as well.

    https://britishcustoms.com/products/...trol-cable-kit

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    apehangers were originally designed so thalidomide children could ride bikes i'm told....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    apehangers were originally designed so thalidomide children could ride bikes i'm told....
    You need longer arms, not tiny short ones, for Ape Hangers

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    Quote Originally Posted by YellowDog View Post
    You need longer arms, not tiny short ones, for Ape Hangers
    not when they're tipped the right way

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    THey are called Ape hangers for a reason ..

    Bikes I'e had them on have always been slower to corner than those with flat bars ..
    "So if you meet me, have some sympathy, have some courtesy, have some taste ..."

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