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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 05-06-2019, 11:43 AM Thread Starter
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Anti fatigue handlebars

Do they actually help, i was looking at the flex bar but i dont how much i would like it to flex on a big bump or landing . The other handle bars kinda just look like normal handle bar.
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Flex bars work great, after a ride or two they feel normal to you. When you ride another bike without them you really notice how much they help.
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I rather use precision clamps, they work as well as the flex. But allows you to use the handlebar of your choice, I think flexxs are ugly

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I rather use precision clamps, they work as well as the flex. But allows you to use the handlebar of your choice, I think flexxs are ugly

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Do you use those clamps in combination with pro taper bars ? Do any those type of bars actually help or are they more for looks? I cant see them actually helping since they look just like soild tubing.
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The clamps are like a suspension system for the handlebars, all handlebars are the same more or less. The clamps absorbe all hits, bumps and vibrations, they are awesome

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The clamps are like a suspension system for the handlebars, all handlebars are the same more or less. The clamps absorbe all hits, bumps and vibrations, they are awesome

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Yea i figured, i think i sm gonna go with the clamp and the stock handle bars. I dont really see anything wrong with them.
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Yea i figured, i think i sm gonna go with the clamp and the stock handle bars. I dont really see anything wrong with them.
Besides being butass ugly, they work ok.

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Here is a set for sale by a member.

https://www.raptorforum.com/forums/6...be-clamps.html
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Here is a set for sale by a member.

https://www.raptorforum.com/forums/6...be-clamps.html
Morph those are fat bars, he needs 7/8.

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Good catch Palvarez


If you were to also get 1 1/8" bars there is a further reduction of vibration

[U]2006 raptor 700

DMC Force 4's, FCI W/box, Dynatek Fusion
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RacersEdge +3TB
YFZ 450 fronts & reworked rear by JOGACA
Trailtech 1 1/8 xbar w/vapor dash & Vapor installed
ODI Rogue grips & ASV pro pack levers
PRM Edge Baja bumper w/12" Cree spot/flood bar
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PRM A-Arm skids, GYTR skid, ProArmor swinger skid
Fastway steering stabilizer
68HP 49TQ

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