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Old 07-09-2018, 05:20 AM
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Need foward controls for short guy!

Ok I got the 2004 ironhorse texas chopper and the issue is that the foward controls are hard to reach. I am 5'6". Would like to be more comfortable. Any help please.
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Old 07-09-2018, 10:25 AM
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Ok I got the 2004 ironhorse texas chopper and the issue is that the foward controls are hard to reach. I am 5'6". Would like to be more comfortable. Any help please.
you can buy something like these adapters:
https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...hoCbpkQAvD_BwE

or make your own from 1/2" aluminum flats.
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I bought accutronix 1622-0240 kickbacks and they didn't work. The holes were just over 1 1/8" center to center. My ironhorse is 1" center to center
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I bought accutronix 1622-0240 kickbacks and they didn't work. The holes were just over 1 1/8" center to center. My ironhorse is 1" center to center
I,m surprised. I would think most aftermarket parts follow the pattern/ dimensions of HD. And Accutronix seemed to be a reputable name. I would call their tech line.
I personally made my own adapters just punch transferring the holes onto 1/2 aluminum flats.
By the way, those adapters for pre 2000 setups. Could that be an issue?
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I found a set of accutronix kickback that might work. They are on an ironhorse motorcycle parts website. The part# is 1622-0239. Gonna try to find tech or someone that can confirm. I don't want to waste another $110
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