Loose Handle Bars

Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by Mongo1958, May 15, 2013.

  1. Mongo1958

    Mongo1958 Junior Member

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    My 2009 Ultra has loose Handle bars. They seem to wobble a little. The Deals says that there is a rubber piece that needs to be changed. I checked out the procedure to remove the main switch knob and the switch panel to get to the handle bar mount. Seems pretty easy so I'll give it a go.
     
  2. Sunnysideup

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    Mongo, I know if it were me I'd want to get that checked into and resolved immediately.
     
  3. Mongo1958

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    I did, The dealers said it was not a real danger. BTW, sorry that I posted this in the wrong spot. Hope a Mod will plop it where it needs to go.
     
  4. Taildraggerdave

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    Please take a few pictures of the process and post them up if you get a chance.

    Take care,
    Dave
     
  5. Jack Klarich

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    Let me chime in here. I bought a "used" 2009 Ultra, last year, with 660 miles on it. The original owner had the dealer put Ape hangers on it. I took it in to my dealer for the 1000 mile check and oil. I told them the bars keep pulling back to me when I get it out of the shed (2X4 doorway). After they did the check they said the dealer put the wrong bushings on. They charged me $200 to fix the problem, so if you can do it yourself DO IT...$$$:17:
     
  7. Mongo1958

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    If the Dealer does it, my warranty kicks in and it will only cost $50.:s
    This could be the way I go. :)
     
  8. Mongo1958

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    The dealer found that the mounting bolts were loose. They charged me $25 to fixe the issue. $25 and a free bike wash, not a bad deal. To bad it rained while riding back home:small3d038: