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    Polyurethane Handlebar Riser Bushings

    Part Number 56298-03A

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    Description

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    These Handlebar Riser Bushings replace the Original Equipment stacked rubber and zinc washer combination with a long lasting polyurethane bushing and chrome cover.

    • Long-lasting bushing can reduce handlebar vibration

    Features

    • Material Content

      Aluminum & Polyurethane
    • Warranty

      1 year limited warranty – Go to www.h-d.com/warranty for full details
    • Sold in Unit

      Pair
    • In The Box

      Riser only

    Fitment

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    Fits '83-later Touring models. Kit includes replacement bolts. Does not fit Trike models.

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    Reviews

    Polyurethane Handlebar Riser Bushings is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 9.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from The power of de bush-ings Changed out my handlebars to 12” apes, and figured might as well swap out perfectly good rubber bushings with polyurethane. I went with the HD bushings because the kit came with the longer bolts, and because my dealership had them in stock. There was no noticeable difference in feel, and though the bars are firm, with some force, it’s still possible to wiggle them back and forth. The other member who posted that these cause more vibration must be a sensitive guy. I’ve not experienced any more or less vibration. These will outlive the rubber bushings, and they do keep the bar from wiggling more than the stock bushings. Since my bike is water cooled the lower fairings impede easy access, so make sure you have an extra long extension to reach the bottom clamp bolts. I’m very happy with them,
    Date published: 2018-02-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product Easy install worked great with aftermarket bars that I installed.
    Date published: 2018-01-07
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't fit! Caution - these do NOT fit a 2017 Road King Special. Don't why HD says they do, they're simply too big!!
    Date published: 2017-09-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A must when installing apes These are a must when installing Apes if you want to avoid shaky bars.
    Date published: 2016-12-23
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    Q & A

    Polyurethane Bushings for Tri Glide

    Part numbers 56165-03, 56298-03A, listed as not for Tri Glide ...What is the part number for Urethane Handlebar bushings .....
    Asked by: 91harley
    Hello There 91harley! I apologize, but at this time we do not offer Polyurethane Handlebar Riser Bushings for a 2015 Tri Glide.
    Answered by: jessica5377
    Date published: 2016-02-11

    how do I change the handlebar bushings on my 1997 Road King Custom?

    Asked by: Jeffery62
    This instruction sheet references service manual information. A service manual for your model motorcycle is available from a Harley-Davidson Dealer. Kit Contents See Figure 1 and Table 1. There are no Service Parts available with this kit. INSTALLATION NOTES • Cover fuel tank with blanket or towels to keep paint from being scratched. • See the Touring Service Manual for the Fairing Removal procedure in order to gain access to the handlebar assembly. 1. For Touring Models: See Figure 1. Remove and save the the existing capscrews (C). Remove the handlebar assembly (A) and carefully allow gauges and handlebar to rest on motorcycle. Remove and discard cup washers (D), rubber bushings (E) and spacers (F). Install the new bushings. For All Models Except Touring: Remove and save the two capscrews (C) from underneath the upper fork bracket that hold the existing lower clamps (risers) (B) in place. Remove the handlebar assembly (A) and carefully allow gauges and handlebar to rest on motorcycle. Remove and discard the existing cup washers (D), rubber bushings (E) and spacers (F). NOTE The upper bushing and lower bushing must be oriented with flat side opposite from each other as shown. 2. Install the new polyurethane riser bushings (1) in place of the removed cup washers, bushings, and spacers. 3. Align components as shown in Figure 1. 4. Secure components with two hex head capscrews removed in Step 1. Insert the capscrews, from the bottom, thru the upper fork bracket, thru the bushings (1) and into the clamps (risers). See the service manual for the torque specification. 5. See the service manual and install the handlebars.
    Answered by: RockyXL883
    Date published: 2013-10-23
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