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    Default My Tri Axis Handlebars Installed

    Picked up my Spyder today. Chrome bars installed. What a difference
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    Congrats!!! I have the tri-axis handlebars installed on my Spyder and with every passing mile they have prove to be worth the cost.
    2014 Spyder RT Limited SE6
    BRP Tri Axis Adjustable Handlebars
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    SpyderFlap Mud Guard
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    A must have on an RT! Your arms, shoulders and neck will thank you.

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    Default Very Nice....

    Looks great.. just be careful on sunny days..chrome reflects and draws heat I hear tell...
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    Default Tri Axis

    Great choice. Tri Axis bars made all of the difference for me.
    2014 Spyder RTS

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    I agree with everyone about how great the Tri-Axis bars are to fine tune the fit. It will be interesting for me to see how my bars, now set perfectly, will feel with my soon to arrive Comfort Seat backrest. Will a bit more tuning be necessary? Easy to fix. Pricey but nothing's cheap on a $pyder!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JayBros View Post
    .. Pricey but nothing's cheap on a $pyder!

    except for some of us owners



    2017 F3, SM6-basic black, plain and simple

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    Looks good.

    Currently Owned: 2011 RT A&C SE5 (magnesium), 2014 RTS-SE6 (yellow), 2015 Vulcan 900 LTD

    Previously : 2008 GS-SM5 (silver), 2009 RS-SE5 (red), 2010 RT-S Premier Editon #474 (black) Pictures of 2008 and 2009 Spyders are in Alaska Albums 2009 and 2010.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jzb54 View Post
    Picked up my Spyder today. Chrome bars installed. What a difference
    Praised by several owners but............
    What was the problem before and how is it better now ??

    I've put bar risers on several previous 2-wheel rides but haven't found a need on the Spyder.......yet.

    The price, especially when you add in a new GPS mount, has caused me to NOT think about it too much.

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    [QUOTE=Easy Rider;1344109]...
    What was the problem before and how is it better now ??

    Bought my Spyder with Comfort Seat for extra leg room. Seat moved me back 2" and the adjustable bars allowed me to move them both back and upward to accommodate femur length and torso.
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    I put them on my 2014 RT LTD and love them. They are so much more comfortable. I know it's a personal thing but it works for me. Can't wait for the weather to break. Mike
    2014 RT Limited Matte Silver, Belt Guard, RT Dash Mount, Show Chrome Can-Am Spyder RT Passenger Arm Rest, Show Chrome Full Size Brake Pedal,Best shop manual, Spyder keycover with hole, Utopia drivers backrest, Showchrome trailor hitch, ShowChrome Acc Trailer Acc Rack, 2014 CA Spyder RT-RTS Master Collection-HDSv5, Airhawk Cushion, Spyderpops bumpskid, Ipod cable, Led lights, Driver Hiway pegs, Shorty Antenna, Pin Striping, ECU flash, TriAx adjustible handlebars,
    Will it ever stop--NO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Easy Rider View Post
    Praised by several owners but............
    What was the problem before and how is it better now ??

    I've put bar risers on several previous 2-wheel rides but haven't found a need on the Spyder.......yet.

    The price, especially when you add in a new GPS mount, has caused me to NOT think about it too much.
    My problem has been the same as other fellow riders, shoulder, neck, back pain on long rides

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    Waiting for the weather to break to get mine installed. It's either the tri-axis bars or shoulder surgery......I chose the bars.
    Bill W

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    Cool Blinding

    Those chrome covers will blind you on sunny days..

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    I just can’t get past the cost. Too pricey for my taste
    2016 RT-Ltd
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dmetcalf View Post
    I just can’t get past the cost. Too pricey for my taste
    That will be until the discomfort, if any, reaches the value point of the bar. I found one on eBay for a lot less. If you would like to get one keep your eyes open for a good deal on eBay or Craigslist.

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