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WHAT HANDELBARS DID YOU USE ON THE DIRT WHEELS PROJECT GRIZZLY?

 
(4/23/2009)
Dear Dirt Wheels,
I just bought a grizzly 700 and i was looking though your April issue  On your Grizzly 700 what bend handle bars did you have on it and what size Rox riser. Also I am 6'4 and wondering if that set up work be a good height and sweep for normal trail riding.
Marathon, WI



Thanks for the question. That project Grizzly used Renthal 609 Fat Bars with a RC High Bend. The Rox Pivoting risers were 3 1/2-inches and allowed for the 7/8-inch to 1 1/8 bar size change. Those bars were outfitted with dual compound, full waffle Renthal grips and Rox/PowerMadd handguards.
  
Our test riders were over 6-foot tall on this shoot, so this set up should work great for you as well. When ordering your new parts, make sure you let them know you saw them in Dirt Wheels. Enjoy? And send us some pics of your new ride.

Contacts:
Renthal: www.renthal.com phone: 877-736-8425
Rox Speed FX INC.: www.roxspeedfx.com phone: 218.326.1794

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