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Old 03-26-2010, 07:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Triumph Accessory - FatBar - Question

So this is regarding the Triumph Fatbar 'kits' - parts number A9638062(G)/ A9638063(B)

In some ads it suggests that is number for the 'kit' (which to me implies bars plus risers) - in others it states that Riser Kit A9638021 is required (although non-specific as to whether it actually is included or not)

So - can someone who has actually ordered this 'kit' - please confirm whether the $125 price includes bars PLUS risers - or whether you need to buy the risers separately (for additional $50)

The Triumph 'fat' risers are a good deal at $50 (or less some places) as stand-alone versus say Rizoma at $119!
But Rizoma bars would be cheaper than the Triumph bars (if the price is for bars only, not kit)

Just trying to educate myself and point some others in the right direction - I am all set with the Rizoma bars & risers for my own part.
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Old 03-26-2010, 07:18 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Maybe answering my own question:

From this Ebay ad it clearly states all parts included for that part number

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/TRIUM...item45f1291b87

(no affiliation with seller - just quoting example)
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Old 03-26-2010, 08:39 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I have the Triumph fatbar. The bar and risers were separate and all told it was around $180 bucks at local dealer.
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Then that EBay deal would be quite the bargain ......
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I just sold a Gold set with risers, for $100. They were on my 07, the one I chucked up the road. No damage to the bars, though.

Bear in mind, the risers put the bars 1cm nearer to you and 1cm higher, than the the standard bars. Doesn`t sound like much but makes a difference to your riding posture.
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I just sold a Gold set with risers, for $100. They were on my 07, the one I chucked up the road. No damage to the bars, though.

Bear in mind, the risers put the bars 1cm nearer to you and 1cm higher, than the the standard bars. Doesn`t sound like much but makes a difference to your riding posture.
Or you can turn risers 180 degrees and have the bars 1cm further away from you which what I chose to do.
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Or you can turn risers 180 degrees and have the bars 1cm further away from you which what I chose to do.
I tried that but I couldn`t get the hang of having the clutch on the right hand side...

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Do you have to use the risers with the new bars? Is the actual outside diameter different?
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Do you have to use the risers with the new bars? Is the actual outside diameter different?
You need to use fatbar risers of some type. The "Fat" part of the fatbar is where the bar goes through the risers. The section where your grips go is the standard 7/8"
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So this is regarding the Triumph Fatbar 'kits' - parts number A9638062(G)/ A9638063(B)
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So - can someone who has actually ordered this 'kit' - please confirm whether the $125 price includes bars PLUS risers - or whether you need to buy the risers separately (for additional $50)
At least in 2007 the part numbers were:
[A9638021] Riser Kit for Fat Bars
[A9630031] Fat Bars - Black

And then you had to order risers separately. Might be that your newer part numbers are for a newer Magura handlebar, or that the part number you refer indeed is a bar+risers bundle.

Edit. The numbers you listed are for a bundle:
http://www.triumph.co.uk/images/ecar...ial_Offers.pdf

Edit2. Nevermind, just noticed this thread is months old.

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