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Main Motorcycle: 2012 Harley Davidson
Join Date: Sep 2012
Other Motorcycle: 1970 Triumph Bonneville
Extra Motorcycle: 2013 BMW GS Adventure
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I think I found the answer to my own question. I looked on MAPcycle and found handlebars. It lists groups of years for particular part numbers. All I had to do was know my part number. 1970 Triumph Bonneville handlebars = H1870. Now the next question is....Predrilled holes or no predrilled holes. I'm guessing this is for the Horn push & Dip switch. Any thoughts?
Answer is buy the bars that are comfortable for you when riding. Buy them undrilled so you can mount the dipper/horn switch where you want them. Drilling the 2 holes is no big thing. Like salesmen at swap meets catalogs can be wrong also.
Look around for universal clamp on switch or modify a later right hand switch gear.
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