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HTTMT MT030-006-2

HTTMT MT030-006-2"- 2 1/4" Black Spike Handlebar Risers Compatib

$29

HTTMT MT030-006-2"- 2 1/4" Black Spike Handlebar Risers Compatib

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Product description

Attributes:

  • High Quality Billet Handlebar Risers

  • Condition: Brand new in box

  • Instructions: Not included

  • Quantity: 1 pair (left and right)

  • Color: the same as picture show ?Multiple colors available)


  • Size:

  • Hole Diameter: 1"

  • Width: 1-3/4"

  • Total Height: 5-1/4"

  • Height from bottom to center of hole: 2-1/4"

  • Bottom Thread Mount: 10mm Coarse

  • Bolts included: 10mm Coarse Thread 2-3/4" Length


  • Fitment:

  • THIS SET IS MADE FOR 1 INCH HANDLEBARS ONLY

  • These are aftermarket risers and will not fit on some models

  • Inspect your bikes design and determine if these will fit before purcashing.

  • Bolts included - 10mm Coarse Thread 2 3/4" Length

  • Use the measurements above to determine if the risers will fit

  • Professional Installation is highly recommended
  • HTTMT MT030-006-2"- 2 1/4" Black Spike Handlebar Risers Compatib

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