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    Question 17' 15F stock handle bar question - Picture included

    Decided to changes things up a bit and removed the plastic covers on the handle bars.. so I can mount my phone and a waterproof speaker this coming season.

    My question is - what sort of foam cover can I put on my skis to cover the middle part so I don't knock my ass out when I jump a wave? Picture included for exact reference.
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    Get like a cross bar from like a motocross bike and mount it with a crossbar pad. Check and see what length to make sure itll fit. Check in like amazon, eBay, or any motocross website for one, they should be pretty easy to find

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    From what I can tell. They're all for like actual bicycle handle bars. This is short, square and bulky?

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    Any 7/8th bar will fit... blowsion sells really nice ones, I have one on my stxr and ultra150

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    Cap the ends to keep water out. You don't want rust to form inside, causing the bar to fail at a critical time!

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    What do you mean cap the ends?

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    Quote Originally Posted by turboman412 View Post
    Any 7/8th bar will fit... blowsion sells really nice ones, I have one on my stxr and ultra150

    I ordered some off Amazon - 7x3x2 but there made for Quads. I'd have to cut them I think. So if I ordered Blowsion pads. They're going to fit properly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve45 View Post
    Cap the ends to keep water out. You don't want rust to form inside, causing the bar to fail at a critical time!
    When you say Cap the ends. Are you talking about the ends of the grips?

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    No idea.... i would recommend replacing those bars

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    Quote Originally Posted by turboman412 View Post
    No idea.... i would recommend replacing those bars
    The recommendation you made, ordering the Blowsin cover. That would cover up the middle yes?

    And why would you replace the bars? They seem fine to me.. had I not removed the plastic covers, to open up a place to mount my phone. I wouldn't be bothering with all this but I want a place to attach my phone and a Bluetooth speaker. But this business of replacing handlebars makes no sense to me lol

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