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    i noticed ocean cowboy had them on his 250, seems he is long gone from here

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    COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE
    • New wider handlebars are more comfortable and provide lighter steering feel
    • Five-way adjustable handlebars allow operation while standing or sitting and suit a wide range of riders
    • Reshaped seat is comfortable whether riding stand-up, seated or with passengers
    • Two-piece seat offers roomy accommodations for three people
    • Ergonomic deck design gives plenty of legroom
    • A long rear boarding step and dual grab handles makes it easy to climb onboard, and the step retracts inside the bumper to prevent damage
    • A quick and easy hose connection allows an easy method to flush sea water out of the engine
    • Mirrors are mounted to the upper deck to facilitate opening of the hatch cover

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    rob the bars were extended to fit the extra controls and to make steering easier/lighter, the grips are the same length as the 250/260

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    rob the bars were extended to fit the extra controls and to make steering easier/lighter, the grips are the same length as the 250/260
    Sweet! I'm cutting Tommorow

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    Quote Originally Posted by eel View Post
    Thanks for the link.

    I'm gonna give them a try. My concern though is that they may be schite if you change your riding position. ie. going from sitting down to standing up. They remind me of the oakley grips I had on my supergoose bmx circa 1980!!!
    I saw you riding the old beast, last weekend

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    I know this is old but thought I'd post some pics that may help somebody out. It's on my 08 stx15. Odi clamp on rogue grips. The Stx uses 120 mm. Cut the bars right against the weld near the washer as seen in pics.


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