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Free Spirits brake lines
These are the shorter lines, will NOT work with the stock bars
I have used them with the [email protected] 2" rise race bars and Biltwell Tracker bars.
Comes with new crush washers. Paid around $180 CDN new.
Asking $100 CDN ( about $75 US) plus shipping.
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New Rox 2" handle bar risers.
These have the extended lug that fit our handlebar mounts.
You can move your bars up, forward or back.
After I bought them, I decided to use a different bar and found I needed longer risers.( damn short arms)
Paid $135 CDN asking $100CDN plus shipping
 

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Free Spirits brake lines
These are the shorter lines, will NOT work with the stock bars
I have used them with the [email protected] 2" rise race bars and Biltwell Tracker bars.
Comes with new crush washers. Paid around $180 CDN new.
Asking $100 CDN ( about $75 US) plus shipping.
Also
New Rox 2" handle bar risers.
These have the extended lug that fit our handlebar mounts.
You can move your bars up, forward or back.
After I bought them, I decided to use a different bar and found I needed longer risers.( damn short arms)
Paid $135 CDN asking $100CDN plus shipping
Do The risers require you to replace brake and clutch cables to longer ones? If not I’ll take them
 

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I can't say for sure. It would depend on what handlebars you have.
Right now I am using 3" risers with Biltwell Tracker bars and the [email protected] cables from the race kit, which are shorter than stock.
Maybe someone here can say?
 

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You might try unbolting your bars and lift them up to see if your cables are long enough.
 
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