Heritage bars on a Street Glide

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by Easy Mode, Mar 4, 2012.

  1. Easy Mode

    Easy Mode New Member

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    I've searched everywhere looking to see if I can put a set of Heritage Bars on my 2010 Street Glide without any major modifications. Rumor is that this is what most people are doing in order to get a higher bar without spend a lot of money. Any help would be appreciated.
    Sorry if this is the wrong place. I'm new around here.:small3d023:
     
  2. cromedome

    cromedome Active Member

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    Works on a 2009 Road Glide, about 2 hours work...
     
  3. Iceman24

    Iceman24 Well-Known Member

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    All you would need is the measurement @ base of bars to ensure they'll fit under inner fairing/ignition panel. Maybe one of our heritage riding members can give you this figure...??
     
  4. Slapp

    Slapp Junior Member

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    I put Heritage bars on my Electra Glide. Straight bolt on no need for extra parts. If you take your time and know your way around tools and motorcycles about an hour to complete. If not two hours. My buddy had his done at the dealer 1.5 hours of labor.
    Good luck and becareful of the fly by wire control.
     
  5. Bodeen

    Bodeen Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator Contributor

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    I dug theses dimensions up.

    Heritage bar dimension.
    FLSTC/I Heritage Classic 2002 - 2005 1" Dia, 7" High, 32" wide, 13" pullback, 7" Center,

    Street Glide dimension.
    FLHX/I/SE Street Glide / CVO 2006 - 2011 1" Dia, 7-1/2" high, 31" wide, 12-1/2" pullback, 11-1/2" Center.
     
  6. Easy Mode

    Easy Mode New Member

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    Thanks for all your help guys. I'll give it a try.
     
  7. Iceman24

    Iceman24 Well-Known Member

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    Remember...a Touring Service Manual for your bike is your best friend...:D
     
  8. Easy Mode

    Easy Mode New Member

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    Probably going to have to get one of those too:bigsmiley6:
     
  9. Bodeen

    Bodeen Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator Contributor

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    If you do nothing else to your bike. Buy the service manual. You'll be glad you did. Best $60 you can spend.
     
  10. Trapshooter

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    They will not fit with a batwing fairing. The Heritage bars lack the necessary width at the base and correct bend to sneak out from the fairing and then to move upwards. You need to look at specific bars for a touring model with the batwing fairing.