Old School 13" Ape Hangers Black- 7/8" Handlebars

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  • Regular price $249.00


    Fits Harley Davidson Street 500 & 750, most 250cc Japanese Cruisers and Classic British twins. See below for full fitment list.

    Cable Reach: As a rule of thumb, most bikes can be fitted with handlebars at least 2” taller than standard. See here for a guide on How to Measure Your Cables.
    • Made in Australia
    • Rust-Free Stainless Steel
    • Durable High-Gloss Black Power Coat
    • Anti-slip Knurls
    • Usually Requires Extended Cables
    • Free Shipping Australia-Wide

    Awesome Street Appeal

    Want to stand out? Hang 'em high with a set of BarCraft Old School Ape Hangers. The pinnacle of retro cool, our 13" Old School Apes are an authentic replication of Handlebars used on 1960’s Choppers.

    Using a wider-spread rise and a little extra pullback than traditional Ape Hangers, these bars feel large and comfortable in your hands and look perfect on a classic or vintage styled chopper. Simply install a set on your ride, and you'll have instant, old school street appeal.

    Built to Last You a Lifetime

    Ever had your chrome parts rust away to look like junk? Not a problem with us. Our handlebars are Made right here in Australia using only premium grade, heavy-walled 304 Stainless Steel.

    Precision bent & power coated in an Ultra Durable, High-Gloss Black Finish. Our Stainless Handlebars will never rust or pit. Go stainless, and never deal with rust again!

    Relieves Back & Shoulder Pain

    It's true. Back & shoulder pain will ruin the fun in your riding. Our bars have been optimised for rider comfort, making all day rides a breeze.

    Higher Bars not only raise your back more upright, but bring the bars closer to your body. This relieves pressure from your lower back, prevents slouching, and eliminates causes of back & shoulder pain. The heavy-walled 304 stainless steel is thicker than OEM handlebars, increasing strength & reducing vibration.

    Knurled for your Safety

    Don't Compromise on Safety. Our Non-Slip Knurled Clamping area provides 10x more Grip than smooth Handlebars. Don't risk your bars slipping with inferior products, insist on BarCraft.

    Fast & Free Shipping

    Free, prompt shipping to your door for a hassle-free experience!

     

    HARLEY-DAVIDSON

    Model Year Handlebars
    STREET
    500 XG 500 All Years 7/8"
    750 XG 750 All Years 7/8"
    750 Street Rod XG 750 All Years 7/8"

    HONDA

    Model Year Handlebars
    MAGNA 700 / 750 / 1100 VF 700 /750 /1100 1982 - 1986 7/8"
    NIGHT HAWK
    750 CB 750 1991 - 2003 7/8"
    250 CB 250 All Years 7/8"
    REBEL 250 CMX 250 All Years 7/8"

    KAWASAKI

    Model Year Handlebars
    VULCAN 750 VN 750 A1-A21 1984 - 2006 7/8"

    SUZUKI

    Model Year Handlebars
    INTRUDER 250 VL 250LC All Years 7/8"
    MARAUDER 250 GZ 250 2002 - 2010 7/8"

    YAMAHA

    Model Year Handlebars
    V-STAR 250 XVS 250 1997 and up 7/8"
    V-MAX 1200 VMX 12 1985 -2007 7/8"
    VIRAGO 250 XV 250 1989 and up 7/8"

    TRIUMPH

    Model Year Handlebars
    TWINS Scrambler - 2006 - 2016 7/8"
    TRIPLES
    Legend TT - 1998 - 2001 7/8"
    Thunderbird 900 - 1995 - 2004 7/8"

    VINTAGE BRITISH

    Model Year Handlebars
    TRIUMPH Most Models 500, 650, 750 1959-1988 7/8"
    BSA Most Models 500, 650, 750 1959-1978 7/8"
    NORTON Most Models 500, 650, 750, 850 1959-1975 7/8"

     

    Installation Guide

    Make sure to consult your bike manual or riser specifications for detailed instructions on your motorcycle's make and model.

    Following removal of old handlebars, ensure to clean the threads on your riser clamps and bolts. Inspect for damage.

    Apply loc tight or other thread compound to mounting bolts before re assembling.

    Tighten riser bolts in an X-pattern until the riser clamps are tightened evenly. (e.g top left, bottom right, top right, bottom left.)

    Use a torque wrench to tighten clamp bolts to the torque specified by the OEM riser manufacturer.

    Check that electrical wires & control cables are routed appropriately, with enough slack at full turn. Use cables ties to secure any loose wires.

    If you are unsure of how to use the tools required in the above instructions, please consult a motorcycle service professional.