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So is anyone running the Tag metals privateer kit ont heir WR's? I was thinking of going this route instead of the adaptors for the overside bars. I have seen the kit range in price from $180 to $216 and thinks it's worth it since the bars and adaptors run in the $130 to $140 range. For $40 more I can get a top triple clamp. The kit has bars, top triple clamp, bar pad and grips.

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Well is anyone using this kit on any bikes? If not how is everyone using fat bars?

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1) deja vu?

https://thumpertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=206498

2) scotts.

jim aka the wrooster

'01 wr250f

Yes this is why I posted this question, I never got a response. I got your response stating to male sure it can take a Scotts damper but that is not a major concer for me right now. The Scotts is a lot of money and it's not a mod I would get for a few years. So to me that is a non-issue. I wanted to see if anyone used the Tag kit and what their experience with it was. The Tag just seems like a good deal to me but does it work good on the WR's, I never see it listed anywhere for our biks, only the YZ's, CR's and so on.

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The Tag Privateer is a good kit for the price. Will you notice a difference between Tag clamps and my personal favorite BRP, probably not. If you are keeping the stock steering angle pretty much all the aftermarket triple clamps are pretty good. A couple of things to think about are bar mount height, rubber mounted clamps, and being able to move the bars forward or back from stock.

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I'm using a Procircuit top clamp and BRP clamps for my Scotts steering damper, bars are Tag fatbars (CR Double High Bend) and I think it's an excellent combo. I'm 6' and every combo I tried before left me bent over resulting in lower back pain, now I can stand upright while riding and don't get any lower back pain at all. 😢

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BRP did a clamp kit for my Procircuit triple and Scotts Damper.

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Good to know that the BRP products are good since I decided to go with their skid plate setup.

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