Custom Chrome Handlebar Risers For Harley Street Bob

Changing the stock handlebars on your Street Bob is not the easiest task unless you replace the top triple tree. The design team at CCI has developed a bolt-on solution to this problem.  This system allows you to simply bolt-on a new adaptor to your existing triple tree that will allow you to use a variety of different length risers (sold separately) specifically designed for this system. The parts are CNC-machined in the USA from billet aluminum and then polished to blend right in with the OEM triple tree.

Risers are available in a 2” to 10” length. The 8” and 10” risers come with a 1-pc top clamp for added strength while the 2” thru 6” use a standard 2-pc. top clamp. Custom Tapered Risers are CNC machined from billet aluminum and hand polished to perfection. 2” – 6” risers come with two piece clamps. 8” and 10” risers come with a one piece top clamp (also available separately) for added rigidity. Designed for use with handle bars that have a 1 inch clamping area. One piece top clamp suitable for 3.5” center spacing. At your Custom Chrome Dealer.

6 Responses to “Custom Chrome Handlebar Risers For Harley Street Bob”

  1. 1 John Jessup Jul 12th, 2012 at 11:10 am

    Great idea now if they could just keep some on hand that would be great.

  2. 2 58pan Jul 12th, 2012 at 12:47 pm

    They have plenty of em in stock at the moment! Check out the CCI website they have some nice on bike shots too….

  3. 3 mad andy Jul 12th, 2012 at 4:01 pm

    They stole the idea from Loner Industries. Custom chrome doesnt have a creative bone in the entire building. Karma is a bitch CCI……

  4. 4 industry guy Jul 12th, 2012 at 9:59 pm

    WTF is this ???

    stupid looking design…

    on the bright side they’re not on backorder… or are they??

  5. 5 Jeff Jul 13th, 2012 at 9:58 am

    A better alternative for a streetbob owner would be to buy an oem top tree from a superglide or lowrider, as long as it’s 49mm. Would be a lot cheaper (and less clutter) than this contraption…… I don’t know, just an idea.

  6. 6 Skrawl Sep 1st, 2012 at 2:47 am

    Got just the adapter and this is actually not a bad setup with a normal cheapo riser. Thats the problem with the look in the catalog, the optional risers are too fat for a bob. decent alternative to a top clamp swap

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