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Renthal Off-road Handlebars..

Renthal handlebars are flawless. They are manufactured from aluminum alloy. These bars can go through war. I had Renthal bars on both my Honda 400ex's and they can take a beating. Along with there amazing strengh they also come in many different colors. Renthal is very reasonable with their prices. Bars of this calibur should be worth a fortune. You can get these bars of almost any color for only $68. These bars are perfectly set up to give a very comfortable feel. Renthal bars barely ever rust or fade. They are great for motocross, supercross, GNCC, etc. I cant tell you enough how strong these bars are. They are made from the best materials and you can tell. Renthal bars are the best bars anyone could buy for any kind of riding. Great Job Renthal!
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Re: Renthal Off-road Handlebars..

What bend you running on what kind of quad? I'm considering a Renthal fat bar for my 660 (Grizz) with a high bend.





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Re: Renthal Off-road Handlebars..

Mine are low-bend on a Honda 400ex. I think its really comfortable on a sport quad but for a utility id go with the high bend like you said. + itd probly give you more space so your not hunched over or anything. but yeah, high bend fat bars sounds nice for a grizz.
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Re: Renthal Off-road Handlebars..

are these the fat bars that taper to 7/8 at the grips ??
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Re: Renthal Off-road Handlebars..

Those don't appear to be fatbars. They appear to be a straight 7/8 bar.


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Re: Renthal Off-road Handlebars..

i got them off google images!
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