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Handlebars.
07/14/19 at 18:17:31
 
I bought my Savage with Buffalo style bars on it.  They are a T bar style with the risers all one part of the handlebar assembly.  They are a 7" rise overall. The bike was laid down and the handlebars took the brunt of the injury.  I cannot for the life of me find the same handlebars to fit and no parts places can either.  Everywhere I look, handlebars are 3.5" on center bolts and mine seem to measure wider.

Anyone have any ideas?  Is it possible that the top tree was changed out to accommodate a wider setup? Are stock bolts wider than 3.5"?

I'll also need some advice on grips as well.  Not looking to break the bank and hopefully I can find something on Amazon. (Grips, throttle sleeve, throttle cam setup)

This is driving me crazy and I'm dying to get that bike back on the road!
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Reply #1 - 07/14/19 at 19:13:08
 
Check the ads in The Market Place , there is always someone selling take off parts from their bobber builds or try eBay. Keep after it and you'll find what you need.
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Reply #2 - 07/14/19 at 20:30:42
 
If you see 3.5 "spread there most likely for Harleys.
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Re: Handlebars.
Reply #3 - 07/14/19 at 22:33:55
 
The stock spacing is close to 4", 3.5" spacing is HD's.

You need risers that are separate or made for our bike.

Tall risers and a wide drag bar would be a close match for what you had.
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Reply #4 - 07/15/19 at 17:03:42
 
To tag on and not start a new thread....

Anyone know the size of the bolt for the risers?

Part number 13 in the attached image.
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Reply #5 - 07/23/19 at 07:10:24
 
It is an M10 bolt not sure on the exact length.
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Reply #6 - 07/23/19 at 08:40:27
 
Suz. part number- bolt-, 56223-24B10
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