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Old 12-14-2003, 12:44 AM
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Fred Kodlin Bars

I will contact one of my distributors on the Kodlin Bars - they are more suitable for prostreet applications. I need to know what your frame specs are; neck rake, up-stretch, back-bone stretch, tree rake, etc.... to give you a correct handlebar pullback. An excellent pair of bars are now offered by Wild 1, Inc. (Part #WO560-Chubby Low Profile Drag Bar) which are perfect for a Chopper with about 44-46 degrees of total rake (Frame neck and trees) and about 4-6" of upstretch and 3-5" of backbone stretch. These are some helpful hints, if you have any other questions, don't hesitate to write back.

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Re: Fred Kodlin Bars

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I will contact one of my distributors on the Kodlin Bars - they are more suitable for prostreet applications. I need to know what your frame specs are; neck rake, up-stretch, back-bone stretch, tree rake, etc.... to give you a correct handlebar pullback. An excellent pair of bars are now offered by Wild 1, Inc. (Part #WO560-Chubby Low Profile Drag Bar) which are perfect for a Chopper with about 44-46 degrees of total rake (Frame neck and trees) and about 4-6" of upstretch and 3-5" of backbone stretch. These are some helpful hints, if you have any other questions, don't hesitate to write back.

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thats what i have pro street stile , my back bone is 7 stretch dawn tube 2 up 51 total rake , 6 on tress 45 on neck , also Fred Kodlin have that yelow bike some dude from colorado own this bike , if you know what i am talking about , on that bike is hadraulic internal cluch and trottle build in bars can you find out from you destributor who deald with FK if this bars available for the publick or maybe they can make them for me ! list that internal sistem on cluch here is picture of this think

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Old 12-15-2003, 10:48 PM
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Sollis - the internal throttle can operate with these bars with some minor modifications. The pullback is approximately 8.5" and that is a rough estimate - no one really has the correct measurement. I hope this helps.

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Re: Fred Kodlin Bars

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Sollis - the internal throttle can operate with these bars with some minor modifications. The pullback is approximately 8.5" and that is a rough estimate - no one really has the correct measurement. I hope this helps.

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i know how internal thruttle works, but how about internal cluch look in picture there is no lever for cluch its all inside the bar and its hidraulic , i see this bike in person on cluch you need twist grip dawn ir works just loke a throttle
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Old 12-16-2003, 04:19 PM
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The bars you have pictured are 1 of a kind - custom bars made w/ internal throttle and there is no clutch on the hand controls, but there is a foot clutch on the left side. Very unique system
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hey bro this handle bars have hydraulic clutch inside the bars believe or not the picture you see, i take that picture in Sturgis and i talk to the owner of this bike and i have chance play with that clutch its very smooth this bars on top have flash oil cap its holding with two screw so you can put hydraulic oil inside, that's why i wanna find out or can i get this internal clutch system . also this bike have no brake rotor on the rear wheel, the brakes running from transmission

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hey you guys build cool bikes i see them today @ Chicago supercycle show
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Went to the Chicago show. DD's got good stuff, no BS. I was looking for a licence plate mount for my custom that's somewhere by the primary. He had just the ticket!
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I want a chopper so bad I can taste it, however, I'd "settle" for this bike : http://www.ddcustomcycle.com/? The Von Dupor

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