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Old 06-13-2007, 11:50 PM
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We got that defeated in Waah-shington by demonstrating that stock handlebar factory height was illegal by the Waffen State Patrol's standards and the RCWs.

I don't ride in any state that has a handlebar height/harassment law for the cops to pull you for no other fucking reason.

That sounds like a good objective for your MRO's with the upcoming election whores getting on their knees for a vote-

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anyone know what the "Correct way" to measure. Is it from the highest part of the seat or the middle of the seat or what
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Lightbulb ""Correct way" to measure. "

One arbitrary measurement is noted as-
http://www.cga.ct.gov/2006/rpt/2006-R-0537.htm

"Connecticut law prohibits a motorcycle from having handlebars that are higher than 15 inches above the uppermost portion of the seat when it is depressed by the weight of the operator."


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