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Designed to provide extra touring comfort for the Road King rider.
 
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Heritage Style Replacement
PostedAugust 19, 2014
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Location:Austin, AR
I Ride: 2011 FLHRC
How I Ride:Local - Solo
I got these to replace the Heritage style bars that had already replaced the stock bars on my 2011 FLHRC. The Heritage bars were still just a little too far forward for me and still caused me neck and shoulder pain when I road for long distances. I changed to this bar (no additional parts were required for my bike) and I can now sit back and enjoy the ride without the pain. I still have excellent control of the bike (maybe even better than with the Heritage bars) and the bars look great.
So if you have the Heritage bars and they are just a an inch or two too far forward then I would recommend you try these bars before you go spending a bunch of dough on new cables and wires.
I Recommend This Product.
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Designed to provide extra touring comfort for the Road King rider.
 
Overall5 out of 55 out of 5
Heritage Style Replacement
By BuddhaHog from Austin, AR
I got these to replace the Heritage style bars that had already replaced the stock bars on my 2011 FLHRC. The Heritage bars were still just a little too far forward for me and still caused me neck and shoulder pain when I road for long distances. I changed to this bar (no additional parts were required for my bike) and I can now sit back and enjoy the ride without the pain. I still have excellent control of the bike (maybe even better than with the Heritage bars) and the bars look great.
So if you have the Heritage bars and they are just a an inch or two too far forward then I would recommend you try these bars before you go spending a bunch of dough on new cables and wires.
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Austin, AR
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Posted September 30, 2014
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I am 5'11" with a 32" inseam. Note that I have a Mustang seat on my Road King that seems to sit me down and back a little. I bought the bike used so I don't everything there is to know about it, but I do know that if you have the Heritage bars and still need the bars to come back toward you a couple of inches these bars do that. They are also not as wide as the Heritage bars, which to me makes them much more comfortable. I loved the way the bike handled with the Heritage bars, but these are every bit as good IMO.
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Keep the contents of your existing soft-sided saddlebags safe from the grab-and-go thief.
 

2011 Road King Classic not listed - will it work?

Is there a reason this won't work on the leather clad saddlebags on a 2011 Road King Classic? If so, is there a similar product for those bags?
I Ride: 2011 FLHRC
3 months, 2 weeks ago
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