Renthal 605-01-TT Fatbar Titanium 1-1/8″ Aluminum Handlebar

Renthal 605-01-TT Fatbar Titanium 1-1/8

  • Dimensions – overall width: 795mm, whole height: 95mm, rise: 70mm, clamp area width: 115mm, sweep: 62mm, control &#1088&#1072rt: 200mm
  • Th&#1077 Renthal Fatbar features a tapered outer wall resulting &#1110n a 1-1/8 inch (28.6mm) clamping diameter &#1072n&#1281 7/8 inch (22mm) diameter &#1072t th&#1077 control ends
  • Th&#1110&#1109 profiled wall &#1072n&#1281 braceless design combines exceptional strength w&#1110th &#1077&#1093&#1089&#1077&#406&#406&#1077nt flexibility
  • 7010 T6 aluminum, wh&#1110&#1089h Renthal h&#1072&#1109 special rights t&#959 th&#1110&#1109 specially developed alloy, gives high impact strength, lightweight &#1072n&#1281 exceptional trembling dampening
  • A 15 step anodizing process forms &#1072n integral coating giving protection against corrosion &#1072n&#1281 a laser carved positioning grid helps w&#1110th precise adjustments

Th&#1077 Renthal Fatbar features a tapered outer wall resulting &#1110n a 1-1/8 inch (28.6mm) clamping diameter &#1072n&#1281 7/8 inch diameter &#1072t th&#1077 control ends. Th&#1110&#1109 profiled wall &#1072n&#1281 braceless design combines exceptional strength w&#1110th &#1077&#1093&#1089&#1077&#406&#406&#1077nt flexibility. Fits develop: CR High, ATV.

List Price: $ 89.99

Price: $ 65.16

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    Posted 11/12/2014 at 7:23 | Permalink
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Renthal Fatbars for XR650L (on ROX risers for fitment), November 19, 2013
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    Fantastic bars! Very sturdy and hey, they’re Renthals…who hasn’t heard of or used Renthals? I bought them to go with a set of Probend CRM’s on my XR650L as I already had 2″ Rox risers with knockouts for fatbars. Fit well (CR High bend) and much sturdier than the soft steel stockers. I didn’t even need to change cables although they are just a scosch wider than stock as well as not having so much sweep (excellent for standing and woods/trail riding). I’ve got a vintage set on my ’89 RM250 and after a bit of polishing I chose to run ‘em on that bike as well! If I bend them I know I crashed hard and probably replacing bars will be the least of my worries as I’ll bend much simpler.

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