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Softail Street Bob

Harley Softail Street Bob Handlebars

If your motorcycle handlebars are not working like they are supposed to, then it is hardly worth the risk to ride your Harley Softail Street Bob out onto the streets. You cannot reliably navigate the road and avoid running into obstacles if the handlebars move too stiffly or loosely.

From time to time, you are going to need to replace the handlebars so that your vehicle can be street legal. This page will help inform you of the features and design details of Harley Softail Street Bob handlebars to help determine which product is best suited for your needs.

Softail Street Bob

Features of Harley Softail Street Bob Handlebars

As you are trying to fit your Harley Street Bob handlebars into the front of the motorcycle, you will find that there is a built-in internal pulling wire to help you connect the handlebars to the rest of your motorcycle. The installation process is relatively simple and the trunk of the handlebars is able to stay fixed in place.

Built from stainless steel with the surface painted over with finishing, the Softail Street Bob handlebars are tough enough to handle hits from flying debris without getting dented or broken.

Design of Harley Softail Street Bob Handlebars

Using the basic framework of a traditional Z-bar, the Harley Softail Street Bob handlebars borrow some elements of other motorcycle equipment. The length of the base in between the forking bars is similar to a drag bar and the outward curve of the handles mimics the shape of a mini-ape. The full height of Softail Street Bob handlebars ranges from 9 to 12 inches. The color scheme of this equipment is only in black, the paint job being either a glossy or matte surface.