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Just bought a 2016 Bonneville T120 silver/red. Love the bike, which is about my 65th Have 7 now, Rushmore Harley's, Honda's and Kawasaki's, too. So glad Triumph did the T120 moniker proud. That said, I'd like to shift it back 47 tears or so as concerns the handlebars - which are a tad low and forward for those of us that grew up in the "shadow of the mushroom cloud". Can anyone advise me how best to accomplish a move upwards and back about two inches, give or take? Of course the BIG concern is length of wire harnesses, hydraulic lines and clutch cable.

Can any one out there offer tips on a simple riser that won't exceed the length of stock items listed above? My dealer is trying to asisst - but the bike is too new for them to definatively answer my concerns.

It's great to be back on a Bonney- wonderful memories without the constant gremlins. I had mine parked in Elsinore Ca. when Steve McQueen sped by us back in the early 70's. Long live the brand, and the memories.
 

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Welcome to the forum!

The Water Cooled Twins Talk forum is where you will find the folks who are riding these new Bonnevilles. Maybe there you will find good answers to your questions. Introduce yourself there, post photos of your T120, and engage the members with your questions.

http://www.triumphrat.net/water-cooled-twins-talk/

Please complete your user profile so that we may see where you are from and what you ride as you post throughout the forums. Thanks!

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Cheers!
 
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