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    What size of risers work best for off-road riding? I am 5'9 and have to lean over a little to much when standing on the pegs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardy View Post
    What size of risers work best for off-road riding? I am 5'9 and have to lean over a little to much when standing on the pegs.




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    Thanks for the info ! It's much appreciated . Went on some single track trails today and realized I needed my bars a little higher .

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    Tusk 1.2" risers from rockymountainatv. I think they were $20

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    It seems anything over 2" needs longer cables. Up to that you should be able to just re-route them.
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    Thanks everyone for the info.. I ended up getting the tusk 1 1/2 inch risers from rocky mountain atv. They arrived in two days installed in minutes didn't have to re route any cables just went right in. They work great I am able to stand up and ride without bending over at all. Makes it a lot more comfortable would recommend them to anyone. Thanks again everyone

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