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WTB: Pull back risers - shoulders still ache

2006 Anyone have a set in the parts cabinet? I installed the 2" spacers and the shoulder/neck pain continues after a few hour ride. Could do the el cheapos out there but don't feel like searching for hardware that fits. 4" rise - 1" pull back would be my guess. Or any advice?

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2006 Anyone have a set in the parts cabinet? I installed the 2" spacers and the shoulder/neck pain continues after a few hour ride. Could do the el cheapos out there but don't feel like searching for hardware that fits. 4" rise - 1" pull back would be my guess. Or any advice?
I have 3" rise and 2" pullback. They're chromed. Doesn't sound like they're enough of a rise for you. I had bought some risers about a year ago at a motorcycle flea market. $10 and they're 4 1/2 rise and 1 1/2 pullback. But they're on my bike now [see photo], which doesn't do you any good. But you can find them new on amazon
https://www.amazon.com/Krator-Motorc...ndlebar+risers
They were $28 and now they want $35.
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Thanks. I read a few comments of those hitting the speedo. Do yours hit?

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Thanks. I read a few comments of those hitting the speedo. Do yours hit?
No, they don't hit. With front wheels pointed straight ahead, there's about 2" clearance. With wheels turned against stop, there's about 3/4" clearance. See photos. This is a C50.
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I've got a never-been-installed set of Baron Kickback Risers (provide 4" of rise and 1-1/2" of pullback) that are supposed to work with stock lines and cables. Bought them for my '06 C50 and just never threw them on / realized after I bought them that my particular issue was due to the bars being rotated low from the previous owner.

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Those should work, What would you like to have for them? Any chance you need a grasshopper back rest?

Send me a PM and we can chat. Thanks!

Just saw your selling, let me know a price when you have a chance.

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Just curious Sauls if you ever got those risers and if they worked for you. Been looking to do the same.

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