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just go and buy some ProTaper SE's for 50 bucks. the stock handlebars are thin mild steel, they bend very easily. aluminium bars are much stronger.

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he doesnt want an aftermarket pipe... if you actually read it, he says he needs stock handlebars so he can sell it

well if you read it he doesnt say anything about a pipe. :thumbsup:

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i have my stockers from my 230 layin around in the garage. if you really want them PM me...

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You could drop 20 bucks on a set of tusk bars, they're quite a bit better than stock and cheap.

Those are still steel bars. They will bend in a wash out at any good speed. After they bend, they are done.

Drop the cash and buy some Renthal's of ProTaper SE's. Worth the $$$.

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Those are still steel bars. They will bend in a wash out at any good speed. After they bend, they are done.

Drop the cash and buy some Renthal's of ProTaper SE's. Worth the $$$.

Did you not read the first post in this thread. :thumbsup:

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Those are still steel bars. They will bend in a wash out at any good speed. After they bend, they are done.

Drop the cash and buy some Renthal's of ProTaper SE's. Worth the $$$.

:ride:PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE THREAD BEFORE POSTING :applause:

The man wants some cheapies so he can SELL the bike, not RIDE it.

Moose makes a set of steels for $17. :thumbsup:

http://shop.thumpertalk.com/catalogs/Parts_Unlimited_Offroad_2006/default.asp?p=534

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