1 1/8 bar raisers?

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I recenty got an 07 YZ250F and found the pro-taper bars to be a little flat and short for me, being 6 foot, so does anyone know if anyone makes a bar raiser for 1 1/8 fat bars? I know that they make raisers for 7/8 bars
but haven't heard of them for fat bars.

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150rguy

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Are you talking about the kit that makes the 1 1/8 bars fit on the the clamps. That raises them but the bars say they make up for the 3/4 inch rise.

Made with aerospace 2050 aluminum.
New chemically applied "un-sticker grapics".
Knurled clutch side for secure grip hold.
Includes new high-density molded pad.
The universal bars compensate for ¾" rise of universal clamp kits.
 
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no not the tripple clamps, the bar mounts. see in the picture the little silver extension bit? one of them. I already have fat bars with mounts but i need a raiser in there to make them higher.
 

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patto3 said:
no not the tripple clamps, the bar mounts. see in the picture the little silver extension bit? one of them. I already have fat bars with mounts but i need a raiser in there to make them higher.
oh, I don't know, i've never seen those.
 
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That's quite a wild lookin setup you have there motogps, I don't know if I would trust something like that whilst I was riding. Anway, I ended up cutting some thick tubing to 90mm to make a riser that fitted between the tripple clamp and the bar mount. Doesn't sound like much but I'm happy with it now. Only problem is now the thread of the bar mounts only has a little bit to hold onto.

I am actually really happy with he YZ250F, coming from a 2003 CR125. Better brakes, suspension and power. Any one else have his bike?
 
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Iv'e put about 250 miles on these, they are great for desert where alot of standing is involved, not so good for moto.