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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-19-2019, 06:11 PM Thread Starter
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What handle bars are these?

And would they fit the T120? Thanks
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Is it? Or was that sarcasm?
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The bars look similar to (or maybe the same as) the stock bars that came with the air-cooled Bonneville. At least one forum member has fitted that bar to their T-120. I also fitted the old Bonnie bar to my Thruxton S and finding it works well for me. You may have to re-route or replace your clutch cable and brake line.
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Is it? Or was that sarcasm?
No, I was being serious. Looks like a good bar for the T120/100.
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And would they fit the T120? Thanks
The bike looks like an oil/air cooled Triumph Scrambler.

Not sure, but I believe the handlebars on those bikes were 7/8" (22mm).

The T-120 bars are 1".

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The air cooled T-100 Bonnevilles have 1" bars.

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The bars on my air-cooled Bonneville are 1". The bars in HoodoO's photo looks like they might be 7/8 (22 mm), but hard to tell for certain. I think the bend looks similar to the air-cooled Bonneville bars.
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